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After five rounds of action at Wimbledon 2013, we'll finally be treated to the semifinal matchups we all predicted at the tournament's start nearly a week-and-a-half ago.
OK, so few probably predicted that Jerzy Janowicz and Juan del Potro would be here. But Andy Murray and world No. 1 Novak Djokovic are still alive, which sets up two intriguing David vs. Goliath scenarios on opposite ends of the draw.
Can Djokovic earn a shot at a second Slam victory in 2013? Can Murray return to the Wimbledon final for the second consecutive year? Or will Janowicz or del Potro pull off the upset and disrupt the No. 1 vs. No. 2 final?
Novak Djokovic vs. Juan del Potro
Novak Djokovic entered the tournament as the No. 1 player in the world and he hasn't done anything to disprove that distinction at Wimbledon.
The Serbian superstar has dominated every opponent he's faced, from his opening match against Florian Mayer to his quarterfinal performance against Tomas Berdych. He has yet to even drop a set at the All England Club.
As ESPN Stats & Info points out, Djokovic's serve has been a key to his domination in the bracket. He's been nearly unbreakable.
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Overshadowed by the greatness of Djokovic has been an equally impressive run by del Potro. Like Djoker, he has yet to drop a single set at Wimbledon and picked up a quality win against David Ferrer in the quarterfinals.
As Sports Illustrated's Beyond the Baseline account noted on Twitter, del Potro almost withdrew from the tournament due to injury. Winning against an opponent like Ferrer on a less-than-perfect bill of health at this stage of the tournament is as impressive performance as we've seen this fortnight.