Wimbledon 2018 -- Men's quarterfinal matches

Rafael Nadal of Spain crashes into the crowd

Rafael Nadal of Spain crashes into the crowd

According to ESPN, it was the deepest Federer went in Wimbledon since the 2009 final against Andy Roddick.

He won the third set to snap Federer's 34-set winning streak at Wimbledon and Federer was clearly shaken as Anderson dominated the fourth set to drag the 20-times Grand Slam champion into a decider.

"It's like, I hope I get off to a good start, go from there". "I nearly could have". That compared with an average of 78 percent in the third and fourth sets, providing the spine that propped up his comeback on Court 1. Could have ended things right then and there. Although Federer's forehand was getting more erratic with each passing game, it seemed Anderson had too big a moment to climb.

Back to deuce. From there, it all began to change. "I played only once in first four matches on Centre Court".

Federer, 36, breezed through the opening set in just 26 minutes, had a match point in the third set and was just two points from victory a few times in the epic fifth set that lasted 90 minutes.

"He claims that he didn't see what Nishikori has done, but apparently he always sees what I do".

While England will be gearing up for its biggest match of the day - the World Cup semi-final involving the Three Lions and Croatia, London will play host to some exciting quarter-final action of Wimbledon 2018. But there was more.

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Switzerland's Roger Federer heads to the exit at Wimbledon after losing for the fifth time in his career with a two-set lead. However, Djokovic is in some fine form, and his unbelievable movement on the grass coupled with his solid all-round game may well wear his opponent down on this occasion.

"Of course this is an important result for me", Nadal said after the match. "Luckily for me it didn't happen", Djokovic said after he romped to a 6-4 6-2 6-2 win to reach the last eight for a 10th time. Anderson, however, had other plans.

Eyeing a ninth title at The All England Club, Federer ultimately paid the price for being unable to convert any more than three of 12 break-point chances in the four-hour, 14-minute cliffhanger on Court One. The video itself was retweeted over 4,200 times and also prompted ICC to reply with an image of the ICC Test rankings.

Anderson never had made it beyond the fourth round at Wimbledon until this week, carried by his booming serve.

"It's definitely helped a certain style of player, maybe the big servers", said 20-time major victor Federer.

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Leading 5-4 and two points away from taking the first set at 0-30 on Hsieh's serve, Cibulkova struck a backhand onto the baseline that was called out. And it was Federer who blinked, double-faulting to face a break point at 11-all, then slapping a forehand into the net to cede the key break.

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