Andy Murray overcame a spirited Jo-Wilfried Tsonga giving him a place in his first Wimbledon final against six time champion Roger Federer.
Murray looked in good touch right from the start and had no difficulty taking the first set off the Frenchman.
He was in no mood to ease the pressure as he took the second set with relative ease and it seemed a one way journey.
Tsonga was clearly feeling the heat and seemed to have no answer to Murray's superb display of skill.
The Frenchman however was out to prove a point and he came back in the third set to keep his hopes alive of making it to the final of this year's Wimbledon.
But Murray was in no mood to let up and he took the fourth set to finish the match, winning 6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 7-5.
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