In a final with huge ramifications for the legacy of both players in the GOAT debate, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer do battle in the Wimbledon final for the third time.
Serena Williams and Simona Halep will face each other for the 11th time in their careers when they battle it out for the Wimbledon Women’s Singles title of 2019.
The 40th contest between these two great rivals sees them meet at SW19 for the first time in 11 years and it would not be a surprise to see a closely-fought, dramatic tussle once more.
This was the match many fans did not know they wanted but it could be every bit as competitive as the match on the other side of the draw.
Barbora Strycova is the surprise member of the last four in the women’s draw as an unseeded 33-year-old contemplating retirement upon entering this tournament.
The semi-finals of Wimbledon is a fantastic setting for Elina Svitolina and Simona Halep to play their first meeting on grass.
This should be the most attractive match of the day on Wednesday. David Goffin has fought hard to reach the first quarter-finals at Wimbledon of his career and the former world number seven is an excellent player to watch, but his mentality can be questioned against the elite.
Roberto Bautista Agut is yet to drop a set at this year’s Wimbledon while Guido Pella has been fighting tooth and nail and it will be interesting to see who is more prepared for whom when they meet in the quarter-finals.
There can be little doubt over the winner of this match with Roger Federer sharpening himself up with each round to within reach of the peak of his powers.
Johanna Konta has had to dig deep in her last two matches at Wimbledon but she looks imperious on serve and as focused as ever.
This match between a fierce and focused Rafael Nadal and a resolute Sam Querrey could go down as another enthralling five-set showdown.
Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina has made it to the quarter-finals as the eighth seed without ever looking convincing but she looked a lot better in her round of 16 win over Petra Martic.
Simona Halep was excellent in her round of 16 match with teenage sensation Cori “Coco” Gauff and did not let the occasion get to her as the majority of a Court 1 crowd willed her to lose.
Alison Riske is in uncharted waters and through to the first Grand Slam quarter-final of her career to face the undisputed queen of Wimbledon, Serena Williams.