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By Chris Oddo | Friday July 14, 2017

Roger Federer will bid for a record 11th Wimbledon final and Tomas Berdych will try to end a long losing streak on Day 11 at Wimbledon. All this and more in our men's semifinal stat pack.

1. 11

Roger Federer is bidding for a record 11th Wimbledon final onDay 11 when he faces Tomas Berdych in Friday’s second match on Centre Court. At 35 year and 242 days of age, Federer is bidding to become the oldest man to reach the Wimbledon final since Ken Rosewall in 1974.

2. 29

Federer is bidding for his 29th major final which will move him seven clear of Rafael Nadal, who currently sits at second on the all-time list. Federer currently owns a 28-13 record in his previous 41 Grand Slam finals.

3. 6

Tomas Berdych owns six lifetime wins against Roger Federer, including two at the majors and one at Wimbledon (2010). Federer has won his last seven against Berdych, a streak that dates back to 2014.

4. 19

Berdych snapped a 19-match losing streak against the Top 5 on Wednesday when Djokovic retired in the second set of their quarterfinal. Berdych owns a 3-6 lifetime record against the Top 5 on grass.

5. 126

American Sam Querrey leads all players at Wimbledon with 126 aces in five matches. The American has won 91 percent of his service games and seen 61 percent of his first-serves go unreturned.


Roger Federer is the only legitimate serve and volleyer left in the Wimbledon draw. The Swiss has come in behind his serve on 18 percent of his service points, winning 53 of 65. His opponent on Friday has only served and volleyed on four of 478 service points.

7. 4-0

Marin Cilic owns a 4-0 lifetime edge over Sam Querrey but the pair have twice gone to five sets at Wimbledon (2009 and 2012) and once gone the distance at Queen’s Club (2012). Querrey and Cilic have gone to a tiebreaker in 7 of their previous sets with Cilic winning four of seven.

8. 1

Goran Ivanisevic is the only Croatian player to have reached the Wimbledon final, and he’s the only Croatian player to have reached multiple Grand Slam finals (4). Cilic will bid to become the second in both categories today.

9. 2009

Sam Querrey is bidding to become the first American to reach a Grand Slam final since Andy Roddick played the Wimbledon final in 2009. By reaching the Wimbledon final on his 42nd appearance at a major, Querrey broke the all-time record for most appearances at a major before breaking through for a maiden Grand Slam semifinal appearance.

10. 7

By defeating Andy Murray in five sets in the Wimbledon quarterfinal, Sam Querrey became just the seventh man in Wimbledon history to win three successive five-setters at a major (also Tsonga, R32, Anderson, R16). No player has ever won four straight five-setters at a major. Jan Kodes played four in succession but lost to Jimmy Connors in the 1974 Wimbledon quarterfinal.

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