Britain’s Andy Murray Will Seek To Reach His Third Wimbledon Final When He Takes On Seven-Time Champion Roger Federer In Friday’s Second Semi-Final.

Murray Lost The 2012 Final To The Swiss In Their Last Meeting At Wimbledon But Did Beat Him In The Olympic Final At The All England Club In The Same Year.

A Lot Has Happened To Murray In The Three Years Since He Choked Back The Tears On Centre Court After A Four-Set Defeat To Federer.

The Scot From Dunblane Has Won Two Grand Slam Titles And One Olympic Gold Medal, While Federer Has Not Had Major Success Since.

Murray, Who Became The First British Man In 77 Years To Be Crowned Wimbledon Champion, Is In His Sixth All England Club Semi-Final And 17th At The Majors.

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