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Roger Federer and Andy Murray played the second match on Centre Court in the semi finals of the men’s singles draw at Wimbledon on Day 11 of The Championships. The 33-year-old Federer won 7/5, 7/5, 6/4 in 2 hours and 7 minutes against the 28-year-old Murray, who is currently ranked 3.
The Wimbledon channel footage below shows Federer a 7-time Wimbledon champion and Murray in action and includes some break points and great shots in the first two sets. You can see the Federer and Murray final match statistics in the picture at the end of this article.
The 1.85m Federer played far more aggressively than his 1.91m opponent winning 29 of 42 points at net versus the 2013 Wimbledon champion who won 8 of 11 points at net. Federer capped a brilliant display producing 56 winners to 11 unforced errors, largely set up by a brilliant serving display where he was so smooth and rhythmic enabling him to register a remarkable %75.8 of 1st serves in.
Federer converted 3 of his 10 break points opportunities whereas Murray just had the one break point chance in the very first game of the match. Murray’s winner to unforced error ratio was basically two to one as opposed to Federer’s five to 1, ending with 35 winners and 17 unforced errors