Roger Federer had his game face on as he dismantled Andy Murray's hopes of playing in another Wimbledon final.
The 17-time grand slam champion won in straight sets, 7-5 7-5 6-4, and showed he is not slowing with age as he schooled his younger opponent with some classic tennis.
Murray beat Federer in the 2012 Olympic final, but despite some heroics in saving five set points in an epic 10th game of the second, which went to seven deuces, he was found wanting at crucial moments.
Murray was watched by his coaching team, including Amelie Mauresmo (center) and Jonas Bjorkman (2nd left). His wife Kim is far right.
Federer's wife Mirka was also in attendance -- she will be cheering her husband as he seeks a record eighth Wimbledon men's title on Sunday.
Top seed Novak Djokovic had too much firepower for Richard Gasquet in Friday's opening men's semifinal at Wimbledon 2015.
The French 21st seed lost in straight sets, as he did in his only other semifinal appearance in southwest London eight years ago.
Djokovic did have a few tricky moments before he triumphed 7-6 (7-2) 6-4 6-4.
The Serbian also needed massage on his shoulder during the second set.