Enthralling quarters done : Murray-Janowicz and Novak-Delpo in semis

Before the draw all eyes are on potential quarter finals between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. But it turned out to be pure inverse. Many fans lost attention towards Wimbledon after many upsets on Day 3, but today matches were really good.

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="137"] [photo : facebook/andymurray][/caption]Murray, in the pursuit of home slam

Andy Murray, the local tennis hero is still on the circuit after defeating Fernando Verdasco in 5 gruelling sets. Murray was 2 sets down and he came back strongly in 3rd and 4th sets and in the decider, got break in 11th game and eventually hold the next service game. Murray won match after 2 sets down against Gasquet earlier in his career.

Murray will play Janowicz, the first Poland guy to enter into a grandslam semi final. It was very emotional for him after his win against his fellow countryman Kubot. He hugged his opponent to share happiness. It is good to see that. :)

Novak, the come backer

He had done many times like this, he has done today also. What a comeback from Novak. Though he was 0-3 down and he won the second set 6-4. It was Berdych mistake too, a poor game in the 4th game of set 2. Later Novak wrapped Berdych in straight sets. That's what tennis make you learn, wait for your chances and bang at them.

Delpo cruises to semis

Delpotro, the talented player who is not so consistent due to injuries or whatever, thrashed Ferrer to count himself as last 4 for the Championships 2013. If you want to see a supersonic forehand, you have to see his game. That was simply awesome. Can he repeat the same performance against World No.1 on Friday? that is the biggest question, for us. He obviously looking forward to win his first Wimbledon or second grandslam title.

on blockbuster Friday,

Delpo vs Novak

Murray vs Janowicz.

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