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Roger Federer v Marin Cilic final stats preview — Wimbledon

17 Julio 2017

Federer has won 7 of their matches to Cilic's 1.

Asked if he could still be playing at 40, Federer replied: "I mean, you would think so, health permitting, and if everything is okay", he joked after his latest Wimbledon triumph. I just need to go out there and play my best. He has a 99 per cent record of winning the match if he takes the first set. "I got a really bad blister", the sixth seed said.

"I didn't have kids running around, potentially waking me up at night", he said.

"We tried to take some fluid out overnight and yesterday in the morning it was worse. For me it was also important that my team believed it, as well".

Another significant difference for Federer, whose 36th birthday is Aug. 8, making him the oldest men's finalist at Wimbledon since 1974? Brit William Renshaw also won the London tournament seven times, between 1881 and 1889. "It's a tough part when you're in that kind of situation". Yes, you read that right. "It's just actually fighting it through". I'll be gone again for the next six months!

Federer knew something was going on with Cilic, but he wasn't exactly sure what. I kept on believing and dreaming I could get back. Focus on your match. He becomes the only Open Era man besides Bjorn Borg in 1976 to do so.

- Cilic has lost 11 of his last 12 matches against top-five opposition at the Grand Slams.

He will face Marin Cilic, who will appear in his first SW19 final.Swiss legend Roger Federer has reached a record 11th Wimbledon final after beating Thomas Berdych of the Czech Republic 7-6 (4), 7-6 (4), 6-4 in Friday's semifinal.

That came 14 years after his first but was marred by an injury to Cilic that saw him break down in tears on the court.

Roger Federer's family in the crowd at Wimbledon. "But unfortunately it was not meant to be". Djokovic, besieged by loss of form and fitness worries, has been not his usual self in the past one year, while Murray has been struggled by a hip injury of late.

With Federer, who is known for tenacity and patience, always produce his best performance in the Grand Slam final like he did at the beginning of the year at Melbourne when he defeated Rafael Nadal in a hard fourth final at Rod Laver Arena.

Roger Federer v Marin Cilic final stats preview — Wimbledon