Federer still dreaming of eighth title after Wimbledon exit

On his injury, Federer added: "I don't know yet".

His opponent, was looking to improve on his best ever performance at the tournament which came a year ago - a semi-final berth. Berdych won the first at the French Open in 2010 but lost to Murray in the last four at the US Open in 2012, where the Scot won his first grand slam title, and the Australian Open past year. Raonic led by a set and 3-0 in the second before Murray became the first player of that entire tournament to break Raonic's serve, doing so twice in a row.

"He hit the forehand of his life at 4-4 in the fourth set and I have never seen him volley so well". 6-3 the score.

Raonic won the first set 6-3, and Federer took the second 7-6 (3). Feds takes the set in a tiebreak. And it appeared to take a toll on his body as he had to take two medical time outs, one for his right thigh at the end of the fourth set, and then after nearly rolling his left ankle when slipping at 1-2 in the fifth.

The sixth-seeded Canadian converted the only break point of the set in the fourth game on Centre Court.

He deals Roger Federer his first defeat in eleven times that the world number three has reached the semifinals at Wimbledon. He stayed on the ground for a couple of moments.

After the loss on Friday though, he downplayed the pressure of his slimming chances of winning an eight Wimbledon title, saying this wasn't the end of everything. Feds would get up and he would be ok.

Seven-time champion Roger Federer has said that he hopes to be back at Wimbledon in 2017, after a gut-wrenching 3-6,7-6 (7/3), 6-4, 5-7, 3-6 loss to Milos Raonic in the semi-finals. "Not that I was anxious it was going to end somehow, but I was insecure coming into Wimbledon".

"It hurts. I was so, so close". Neither player was able to break during the second frame. "I've got to put all my energy into that and then hopefully it does have a great impact". "I was down a set and a break, managed to turn it around". I mentioned that a lot beforehand. "It gives actually a bit of extra confidence", said Murray, reuniting with Lendl, "because I know last time we worked together, it was very successful. It's a great feeling to be continuing". Obviously what happened here two years ago, I was very disappointed with. "That's what I've got to focus on first". I think it's more of a positive attitude. At least I've tried to. "John [McEnroe] told me to go out there and leave it all out there, and that's what made the biggest difference". I did a lot of things well. The attitude kept me in the match. "I obviously wanted to work with Ivan again to try to help me win these events", said Murray.

With a commanding 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 win over Tomas Berdych in the semifinals, Murray enters this final in the rare position of favorite with Djokovic having already been knocked out of the tournament.

The 29-year-old made just nine unforced errors, in contrast to 30 by the befuddled Berdych, who was powerless to halt Murray's progress to an 11th Grand Slam final appearance - a milestone which took him ahead of Perry as the British man with the most major finals on his CV. Murray, the Englishman, is looking to get back to the top of the world here as he is a pretty solid favorite, drawing -300 or better nearly everywhere.

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