- Janowicz loses focus but proves he is a Pole apart
From the Futures to a Wimbledon singles semi-final in the space of 18 months, Jerzy Janowicz has made a rapid rise and, despite his defeat to Murray, showed that he has a very big future.
- An all-time classic and Murray's magic headline Day 11
Two semi-finals, two memorable Wimbledon matches. The bar was set high from the start and maintained throughout the day. Read what storylines shook out on Day 11 of The Championships.
- Raymond and Soares to meet Nestor and Mladenovic
Daniel Nestor and Kristina Mladenovic spring a surprise to reach the mixed doubles final, where they will face No.1 seeds Bruno Soares and Lisa Raymond.
- Quotes of the Second Friday
Picking out our favourites from the Wimbledon press room transcripts on Friday...
- Murray reaches second Wimbledon final in emphatic fashion
No. 2 seed Andy Murray has beaten No.24 seed Jerzy Janowicz 6-7(2), 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 to make it into Sunday's final against Novak Djokovic.
- Sense of destiny drives 'Bina Boom Boom'
Sabine Lisicki may be allergic to grass but that doesn't stop her loving Wimbledon and relishing the prospect of playing her first Grand Slam final on Centre Court.
- Top seeds through to girls' doubles semi-final
The semi-finals of this year's girls' doubles is decided following straightforward victories for Nos.1 and 2 seeds, but upset for No.3 seeds Elise Mertens and Ipek Soylu.
- History repeats for junior girls
The Wimbledon Junior Girls Championship final will pit No. 5 seed Taylor Townsend against Swiss top seed Belinda Bencic. They've met before, and this time Townsend will be looking for revenge.
- Whiley gets better of fellow Brit Shuker in Wheelchairs
Two Britons were in action in the semi-finals of the Ladies’ Wheelchair Doubles, with Jordanne Whiley's pair proving too strong for her old partner Lucy Skuker on Court 14
- Unorthodox Bartoli could bounce her way to the title
Marion Bartoli, who was runner-up in 2007, hasn't won a tournament since 2011 but Virginia Wade, Britain's champion in 1977, believes she can win the ladies' singles title for the first time
- Final places confirmed in invitational doubles
The exciting and entertaining invitational doubles has almost reached its conclusion, with the final line-up confirmed.
- Novak Djokovic reaches final after five-set epic
Novak Djokovic reaches his second Wimbledon final after beating Juan Martin Del Potro in five sets. The No.1 seed won 7-5, 4-6, 7-6, 6-7, 6-3 in a match lasting four hours and 42 minutes.
- Heroics of beaten Del Potro will never be forgotten
In one of the all-time great Wimbledon semi-finals – the longest in history – Juan Martin Del Potro fell short in just one department, and it was the only one he will care about
- Edmund has some consolation in the doubles
Having lost his singles semi-final earlier in the day, Kyle Edmund had some consolation when, alongside Frederico Ferreira Silva, reached the semi-finals of the Boys’s Doubles
- Aussie pair Barty and Dellacqua extend unbeaten run
Ashleigh Barty and Casey Dellacqua have maintained their excellent form of 2013 by progressing to the final of the ladies’ doubles event at Wimbledon.
- Big-serving Gianluigi Quinzi through to boys' final
Italy's Gianluigi Quinzi will face Hyeon Chung, of the Republic of Korea, in the final of the Wimbledon Boys’ Singles Championship after he put out Great Britain's Kyle Edmund.
- In her own words: Marion Bartoli
Over the Fortnight Bartoli has spoken of crowd support, taking naps before playing, her coaching situation and her father's influence.
- In her own words: Sabine Lisicki
The German tells of her joy at being able to play after a serious ankle injury left her having to learn to walk again, and getting a text from Steffi Graf before her semi-final.
- What the papers say
The newspapers are in raptures over the quality, intensity and sheer intelligence exhibited by Sabine Lisicki and Agnieszka Radwanksa. Other writers are intrigued by Marion Bartoli's idiosyncrasies.
- Five to follow on Day Eleven
The men take centre stage on Centre Court, with the hopes of a nation resting squarely on Andy Murray for the fifth straight year at Wimbledon - but what else is happening around the grounds?
- THE QUEUE: Latest status
People currently in the Queue for on day sales will have to wait many hours. Wimbledon strongly advises those intending to queue, not to travel to Wimbledon.
- Andy Murray - semi-final
Andy Murray's press conference after his 6‑7, 6‑4, 6‑4, 6‑3 victory against Jerzy Janowicz.
- Novak Djokovic - semi-final
Novak Djokovic speaks to the media following his semi-final victory over Juan Martin Del Potro
- Juan Martin Del Potro semi-final
Juan Martin Del Potro speaks to the media following his semi-final defeat by Novak Djokovic
- Sabine Lisicki - preview of final
Sabine Lisick's press conference before the final
- Marion Bartoli - preview of final
Marion Bartoli speaks to the media in advance of the 2013 ladies' final
- Jerzy Janowicz - semi-final
Jerzy Janowicz's press conference after his 6-7, 6-4, 6-4, 6-3
- Beware Juan Martin Del Potro, the big friendly giant
If appearances can be deceiving, look no further than Juan Martin Del Potro.
- Janowicz hopes to continue his 'unbelievable' Wimbledon
Jerzy Janowicz has a word for what is happening to him at the 2013 Championships - "unbelievable".
- The Eleventh Day: 2013 Daily Preview
Jerzy Janowicz and Juan Martin Del Potro are big enough, and dangerous enough, to upset the numerous predictions of a Novak Djokovic-Andy Murray 'dream' final.
- Wimbledon Top 10: What happened next
Is there life after tennis? Wimbledon.com brings you today's top 10.
- Last chance to enter the Official Wimbledon Online Shop prize draw!
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