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Mit allerlei Aktionen und Federer Raonic Live. - LivetickerUnd was ist das für ein Return?! Roger Federer beats Milos Raonic , , pm: ROGER FEDERER WINS The tie-break starts and Milos roars. He storms into a lead - two points off the Fed serve. Roger Federer takes on Milos Raonic in the men's singles semi-final clash of the Wimbledon Championship on Friday (8 July). Where to watch live. Match starts at 1pm BST. Head To Head. Roger Federer vs Milos Raonic all matches, with stats on their H2H rivalry. ATP & WTA Roger Federer head to head tennis search. World No. 3 Roger Federer takes on Tennys Sandgren at p.m. ET, while No. 2 Novak Djokovic takes on No. 32 Miles Raonic at 3 a.m. ET. Times for the other two quarterfinals, including No. 1. SUBSCRIBE to The Wimbledon YouTube Channel: sawasdeelangsuaninn.com LIKE Wimbledon on Facebook: sawasdeelangsuaninn.com FOLLOW Wimbledon.
The time Grand Slam winner does not rate his chance of winning the final Masters event of the season. Federer and Raonic have been given the prime evening match slot on Centre Court which is scheduled to take place at 6.
Raonic's commanding forehand down the line making up for Federer's ace that preceded it. The Swiss is undeterred though. He moves up with another big first serve, and finishes Raonic off on the next point, picking him off after he charged forward to the net too early, hitting a low backhand which Raonic is unable to scrape up from off the turf.
O h, what a sad way to conclude a superb rally! Federer's sliced backhand cuts across Raonic and looks to have won the point, but the Canadian does so, so well to stretch back - almost toppling over as he does so - and claw the ball back over the net.
Federer hits another sliced shot, and Raonic, who is at this point in a position to recover, tamely drops his backhand into the net, duped by the flight of the ball.
A shame! Federer then wins the next point with a beautiful cross-court forehand, and then Raonic double-faults! The fourth time he's done that this afternoon, and it hands his opponent three set points.
Raonic goes big on the first, battering Federer with huge forehands from the corner of the court before charging the net and saving face with the drop volley.
He then defends a second using the exact same tactic! That was like watching a replay, and concluded in the same way, with a stretching Federer hitting his backhand into the net.
And then a big serve! Federer can't return it, and Raonic has just saved three break points. What an effort. But Federer is going to get another chance thanks to another moment of magic, wresting control of the rally with a booming forehand, and then finishing things off with a perfectly weighted backhand down the line.
Can he break He mishits his backhand, the sound of the ball on the frame of his racquet making a horribly ugly sound, and Raonic then has an advantage thanks to the power of his first serve, which Federer fails to return.
One more big serve needed Federer hits into the net, and can only reflect on the passing of four break points. T his is really high-class tennis: Raonic does well to return Federer's serve, only for Federer to blast his forehand back into the same corner, hopelessly wrong-footing the year old.
But both men then make avoidable unforced errors, and we're at Raonic is then back on terms with a big cross-court forehand which takes Federer by surprise, so it's a major shame when he ends the next rally with a sloppy forehand which goes long.
Federer then punishes a flighted Raonic forehand with a beautifully struck shot down the line, and he gives it a big 'C'MON! First time Wimbledon that Federer has dropped the first set in consecutive matches since Final vs Roddick , 1st round vs Falla.
And then a gorgeous drop volley, picked up low and placed just beyond the flailing Federer. The next shot is almost as good, as Raonic rocks back on his heels and slaps Federer's return of serve back down the line.
Another big serve seals it. Wow, that was easy. A result of the new balls? Or is Raonic hitting his stride? A chance for Raonic?
The year old wins the morale boosting rally that follows though, beating Raonic to the net and lunging for his passing shot down the line, successfully picking it up and pinging the ball past his outstretched opponent.
But again Raonic's aggressive strategy pays off, this time he seizes the initiative in a baseline rally by mixing up the pace, hitting a flighted shot from Federer with everything he can muster down the line.
Cue a disappointing couple of errors from Raonic, followed up by an unreturnable serve, which leaves a stretching Raonic crumpled in a heap in the corner of the court.
There was no getting that back over the net. Federer holds, and he's up in the second. N ot a bad way to start And how many times have I typed that so far this afternoon?
And then an ace. I think I've typed that even more. Federer tries another one of those vicious returns down the line on the next point, but overdoes it, and the ball is both wide and long.
With three game points, Raonic pushes the second serve, and double faults, but he should really be okay from this position. Yup, a massive serve finishes Fed off.
T he longest rally of the match gets this game underway, with both men happy to trade blows from the baseline, unusually for this encounter.
Eventually Raonic shows the intent to step forward, but he mishits his slice and it goes way out. Federer follows it up with an ace and a couple of big unreturnable serves.
That took less than a minute, I think. A nother superb point. And Federer panics half-way through the rally, I think.
He was really throwing everything he could at the Canadian from the baseline, but Raonic had moved into the net and was chucking everything back at him, before opening him up with a drop volley hit the other side of the court.
Federer is doing all the running here And then a similar point to the first, this time finished with a wonderfully angled backhand drop volley at the net, after Federer had blasted a forehand in the direction of his opponent.
A big second serve is hit into the net by Federer, and Raonic holds. That was encouragingly quick for the Canadian. B ig serve out wide from Federer which Raonic can only screw into the net.
His backhand return, hit deep and hard, wrongfoots Federer on the next point though, and the Swiss can't quite get the ball out from under his feet.
His attempted slice hits the net. But next up, he successfully changes the pace of the rally, happy to exchange a couple of big groundstrokes before charging forward and upping the ante.
Raonic is taken by surprise, and hits long. Ditto on the next point, with Raonic getting too much on his backhand and Federer happy to watch it float long.
And then a complete air shot! Even Raonic has to have a wry smile at that one. That was on a second serve, too Raonic simply misread it and swung his racquet through thin air, a good few inches away from the ball.
My cat can't bear to watch He's a Federer fan. M ore of the same, please. Raonic serves big, Federer fails to return. But less of that: the third double-fault of the match for the Canadian.
A big serve out wide has Federer scrambling down low and his return plops harmlessly into the net. And again He's already at game point.
Federer does return the next one, though, and Raonic's shot selection is curious to say the least. He elects for a sliced backhand drop shot, very casual, and it spins wide.
But Federer mishits his subsequent second serve, and we're on serve in the second set. G reat start from Federer. Big first serve on the first point.
And he moves forward on the second very quickly, to kill the point before Raonic can get himself into the rally. Federer is likely going to start attacking the net more because Raonic is really winning the battle from the baseline, and he takes the next point with a lovely passing backhand down the line.
He shows a nice turn of pace on the next point, with Federer almost catching him out with a cunning drop shot, but although Raonic reaches the ball, he prods it beyond the baseline.
Federer holds, though, after a wayard forehand almost cost him the break, by that clever variation of serve, so accurate and with such a kick thrown in from time to time.
He then cranks up his serve to close out the hold. The last match had two dirt trackers racing and scarmbling, slipping and sliding, diving and recovering.
This is nothing like that. It's Federe's touch and technique and courage versus Raonic's power. Dude, forget that you're playing Federer and just play your game.
Come on! Federer takes it to advantage after. Jimmy Connors thinks Raonic should have lanced that shot straight into Roger's midriff rather than sparing him by going down the line.
Serve wide and see if the big lad can overcome his nerves and find the mobility he had at the end of his victory over Kyrgios. So far, so good for Plan A.
So Raonic cranks it up to mph and whacks it down the centre mark. If Federer can return, he wins the points and earns a break point at from two wayward forehands towards Federer's advantage court.
The siege engine is repelled early. Sorry for the lack of preamble. Had to dash to stick my fingers in ice after the previous semi-final.
Roger Federer , who was stunned in the second round last year 12 months after winning his seventh title, has a career lead over Milos Raonic, the first Canadian man in the Wimbledon semi-finals in years.
Despite his desire to lift what would be a record eighth title, Federer insists he is happy to see a new breed coming through, even if they are already edging towards their mids.
The points, you fetch them from semis on, not really quarters anymore like it used to be," he said. Federer will be the sentimental favourite on Friday against Raonic whose quarter-final win over Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios, the shock conqueror of Nadal, was brutally effective but far from pretty.
Many watching saw the performance, which produced 39 aces, 73 winners and just 20 points conceded off serve, as a throwback to the bad old days when grasscourt tennis was a one-shot shoot-out.
And then he wins it! Opening the master up and finishing him with another well-placed forehand down the line.
Raonic off and running, taking the first after a charitable break mid-set from Federer. Last thing Roger should want is 5. A quick start from Federer with a brilliant serve.
He then darts into the net on the next point, but Raonic really puts a lot behind his passing shot, and the pace sees Federer's drop volley ping out of play.
Federer responding with a brilliant serving display of his own here. His kick serve on second service on the last point dumbfounds Raonic, who for the second time this match gets his feet in a mess, and it's another quick hold.
F irst blood to Federer when Raonic concludes an entertaining baseline rally by hitting a forehand marginally too flat.
And then even more pressure on the Canadian, who hits an ugly forehand well wide and long under little pressure.
How does he respond? With an ace, of course. No biggie. He levels the scores with an unreturnable which Federer just about gets his racquet too, poking the ball into the first row of the Centre Court crowd.
And then another ace! Federer challenges, more out of hope than expectation, and HawkEye proves that the ball landed plum on the line.
And then another unreturnable serve. What a brilliant, brilliant way to play your way out of trouble. N ot a great start; Federer slips and smacks his backhand into the net.
He recovers with an ace on his second serve, not too fast certainly not by Raonic's standards but perfectly placed down the middle of the court and spinning away from the Canadian.
He thinks he's aced again on the next point, but Raonic challenges, and the ball was out. Raonic sends his shot long on the next point, and then Federer gets himself to with a brilliant shot - a volley he hits whilst backpedalling, which lands across Raonic.
He sprints forward on the next point, and it's a quick hold to I t's so important for Raonic to hold here Federer does get into the rally on the next point, but again , he gets that backhand wrong and thumps the ball into the net.
But now it's Raonic's turn to make a mistake, hitting an easy drop volley attempt into the net, after pummeling Federer with powerful groundstrokes.
They're back on equal terms when Federer returns Raonic's mph serve back down the line with the uttermost precision: a wonderful shot. So, Raonic cranks up the speed.
Federer does well to get a racquet to it, but that's all that can be said for his return, which pings into the crowd. He gets it right on the next point, though, and for the second time this game he wins with an outrageous return down the line, using Raonic's own pace against him.
Raonic then aces - certainly a good time to bring out that party piece - but Federer pegs him back with a wonderful cross-court slice which wrongfoots Raonic.
He wants to use his forehand but realises he doesn't have enough time to get around the ball, and ends up tamely backhanding it into the net.
Federer decides to turn the screw on the next point, darting forward to the net and volleying it back at Raonic, but his passing shot down the line is superbly placed.
He then holds with an ace. A h, Federer is so good from the baseline. Raonic sits one up slightly and Federer punches him into the corner of the court, before opening things up completely with a crushing forehand that Raonic doesn't even bother attempting to chase down.
He's up within seconds, but Raonic then has his first point against serve when Federer pushes his forehand long.
And then gasps when Federer makes his second successive mistake, slicing his backhand into the net for all. Followed by break point!
A superb backhand slice dupes Federer who slips slightly as he hits his return, which drops into the net. A fantastic point! Raonic slices into the corner of the court and is in control of the rally, only for Federer to expertly turn defence into attack, slicing a shot of his own across court, which only narrowly goes wide.
Federer gets back on terms with a passing shot when Raonic attacks the net on the next point, with the Canadian unable to react quickly enough.
He responds by thumping the first ace of the match, which leaves the great man sprawling. He brings up game point with another textbook example of serve and volley, pushing Federer wide with the serve before beating him with a big forehand, and goes up in the exact same fashion moments later.
O ver to you, Fed. Raonic's first return goes long, and already a glimmer of frustration from Raonic: as he swots the ball away in frustration. Ditto the next two shots: big serves from Federer that Raonic pushes way beyond the baseline.
He holds to love when Raonic swots his backhand wide and long. Federer holds to love, and that took approx 90 seconds. This Federer-Raonic match already has 'tie-break' written all over it.
P ing. Big first serve from Raonic, mph, that Federer clubs into the net. Here we go But then a double fault from Raonic!
Not entirely unsurprising as he does tend to push that second serve, but not an ideal start. He gets back on top by executing that serve and volley technique I pointed out earlier, though, stepping into the net to finish the next point early.
And again, to go up. Federer attempted a passing shot down the line there, but Raonic was just to quick to the net, shutting off the angle.
We then have the longest rally of the match, with both men exchanging baseline shots before Raonic attempts to up the ante, smacking a forehand down the line which he pushes wide.
But he wins the next point with an unreturnable serve, and holds to John McEnroe is commentating the Federer-Raonic semifinal?
I hope Raonic isn't paying him today. A nd they're both knocking up. An important few minutes, this, as both men furiously attempt to remember how to hit a tennis ball over a net.
S tand by for pictures of people who earn more in one week then you will all year. A nd here's Sir Cliff on being asked not to sing under any circumstance this afternoon:.
It's men's semi-final day. Ready to enjoy the ride? Fairly-to-very surprised that oddsmakers have Federer as a clear favorite over Raonic today.
For more on the latest Wimbledon odds, make sure you check out this betting preview. B efore the first of today's semi-finals, make sure you catch the latest episode of The Tennis Podcast.
So often Federer's adoring fan base expect his march to the last four of a Major tournament to be a procession, and indeed his first four victories at the Championships this year were comprehensive results, but the year old came through a significant battle in the quarter-final , against Marin Cilic.
F ederer was forced to save three nerve-racking match points against the former US Open winner before mounting his tenth comeback from two-sets down, a sweat-soaked victory that the Swiss described as "epic" in his post-match press conference.
T hat's not to say that Raonic has had it all his own way at this year's Championships, however.
He came through a five-set thriller of his own in the fourth round against David Goffin, fighting back from two sets down to win a , , , , classic in just over three hours on No 2 Court.
One of the strongest servers not only on the Tour but in the whole Open Era, Raonic will be a formidable opponent for Federer, and many are tipping the year old to upset the odds and make his first Wimbledon final this year.
The match begins at 1. The BBC, where else? Coverage of the day's play starts at But the men's semis will be on BBC1 from 1.