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Kevin Anderson vs John Isner live stream: Wimbledon men’s semi-final live

Kevin Anderson vs John Isner live stream: Wimbledon men’s semi-final live.Kevin Anderson and American John Isner will clash in the first Wimbledon semi-final. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 10pm (AEST).

Kevin Anderson vs John Isner live

When records are talked about at Wimbledon, the mind immediately goes back to 2010 and a classic involving Isner and Nicolas Mahut. The match ended 70-68 in the final set, with Isner winning after 11 hours and nine minutes.

While that mark is never likely to be broken, this is a match-up which could well provide something of that nature.

Anderson and Isner are two of the biggest-serving players on tour, seeing them both rise up the world rankings. With good volleying and net play from both, it’s not hard to see why they both excel on grass.

With that said, neither have their serve broken often, and neither break other players’ serves all that often – certainly not big servers.

That gives the recipe for a long match if it lasts to the fifth set, with the first four all likely to be decided by tiebreakers unless one of the players has an off service game here or there.

Anderson is going to bring untold confidence into this match, having come back from two sets down against Roger Federer to take the fifth 13-11. Federer had won 34 straight sets at the All England Club, so to lose three straight was a major shock, with Anderson right at the top of his game.

That match will leave him under heavy fatigue though, having spent more than four hours on court.

Isner hasn’t had the same taxing level of play, only playing a single five-set match, in the second round.

The pair have played on 12 previous occasions, with Isner leading the ledger 8-4. Still, their last meeting was in 2015 and Anderson has had exponential improvement since then, so the record can almost be tossed out the window.

Prediction
Isner has a track record of cracking on the big stage, while Anderson is going to be heavily fatigued after the Federer epic. Still, the South African should advance to his second grand slam final.

Milos Raonic vs John Isner live

Milos Raonic vs John Isner live stream.We are at the quarter-final stage of Wimbledon and both Milos Raonic will fancy their chances of making the semi-final.Canadian Milos Raonic was seeded 13 at the start of Wimbledon 2018.watch free now

Milos Raonic vs John Isner live

This is Isner’s first Wimbledon quarter-final after some struggles at Wimbledon and whoever wins this match seems very likely to play Roger Federer.

Isner and Raonic have played on four previous occasions. The American has won three of those matches.

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That was the question facing tennis fans after Isner made the last-eight for the first time while 2016 runner-up Raonic booked a quarter-final spot for the fourth time.

Isner, 33, has not been broken in 74 service games in four rounds so far while Raonic has dropped serve just three times in 72 games.

As well as topping the service charts, American ninth seed Isner has unleashed a tournament-leading 135 aces

Rafael Nadal vs Juan Martin Del Potro live

Rafael Nadal vs Juan Martin Del Potro live stream. Rafael Nadal contested a Wimbledon final which many believe is the greatest tennis match ever played. Now aged 36 and 32 respectively, the top-seeded pair are each two wins away from a romantic rematch.watch free now

Rafael Nadal vs Juan Martin Del Potro live

Federer’s progress through the draw has been smooth and serene, not dropping a set nor losing a service game on his way to an Open era record 53rd Grand Slam quarter-final.

Another straight-set win over Anderson will see the Swiss great better his record run of 34 consecutive sets at SW19, which he enjoyed between the third round in 2005 and the final in 2006.

“I don’t think it’s something anybody aims for, to win every match in straight sets,” Federer said.

“I hope I get off to a good start, go from there. If it happens, it happens.”

Anderson, 32, is one of the biggest servers on tour and the hot conditions are helping his game. However, the 2017 US Open finalist has never taken a set off Federer in four previous meetings.

Andy Murray’s verdict: “Roger is playing well and moving well, and against Anderson he leads 4-0 in their head-to-head. So I feel comfortable he would get through.

Roger Federer vs Kevin Anderson live

Roger Federer vs Kevin Anderson live stream.Federer breezed through to his 16th quarter-final at the All England Club with straight-set victories over his first four opponents in the tournament.watch free now

Roger Federer vs Kevin Anderson live

The Swiss legend, 36, is hoping to win a record-breaking ninth Wimbledon title but could be tested by South Africa giant Anderson.

Anderson has already defeated Gael Monfils and Philipp Kohlschreiber in SW19 and possesses one of the most formidable serves in the game.

Federer breezed through to his 16th quarter-final at the All England Club with straight-set victories over his first four opponents in the tournament.

The Swiss legend, 36, is hoping to win a record-breaking ninth Wimbledon title but could be tested by South Africa giant Anderson.

Anderson has already defeated Gael Monfils and Philipp Kohlschreiber in SW19 and possesses one of the most formidable serves in the game.

Novak Djokovic vs Kei Nishikori live

Novak Djokovic vs Kei Nishikori live stream.Novak Djokovic Kei Nishikori and Novak Djokovic will do battle in the quarter-finals of Wimbledon on Wednesday in what is their 16th meeting – but first on a grass cour.watch free now

Novak Djokovic vs Kei Nishikori live

the Wimbledon quarterfinals on Monday and then predicted a “war” with Novak Djokovic to get to the last four.

Nishikori, 28, overcame an arm injury to reach his first All England Club quarterfinal with a 4-6, 7-6 (7/5), 7-6 (12/10), 6-1 win over Latvian qualifier Ernests Gulbis.

But having become the first Japanese man to reach the quarterfinals since Shuzo Matsuoka in 1995, Nishikori must now overturn a 13-2 career losing record against three-time champion Djokovic on Wednesday.