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Djokovic was trailing Czech 11th seed Tomas Berdych - the 2010 runner-up to Rafael Nadal - 7-6 (7-2) 2-0 when he was unable to continue with a painful elbow injury. He is the first American male to land in the semi-final of a Grand Slam since Andy Roddick made Wimbledon semis in 2009. "You can't take that for granted", Cilic said.
"These other guys are all big hitters".
"I'm really proud. It's an exciting moment", Querrey said.
"Well to defend the singles title, I think Venus and Serena have won about four each", he replied at the time.
Murray said he will sit down and come up with a plan to get back to full fitness, while Djokovic revealed he is considering taking a break from the circuit.
Federer's resurgence is all the more impressive given he took six months off previous year to overcome a knee injury and then sat out the clay-court season in an attempt to hit the summer fresh. I've done it in the past.
"As the match kept going, I just felt more and more confident, more and more like I belonged".
Marin Cilic awaits Querrey in what would have seemed an unlikely semi-final at the start of the tournament. "I hope for Andy and Novak will recover in time for the American summer".
"Now I'll sit down with my team and look at the longer term, and come up with a plan for what I have to do next". "He's got a big game".
Querrey has become Wimbledon's chief giant-killer, having also downed then champion Novak Djokovic in last year's third round. It is remarkable, I don't know how he does it. "I'm comfortable on the grass".
A masterclass. I can't believe he is playing at that level at the age of 35.
On the third season of the tournament series Grand slam decided the names of the semifinalists.
"But, of course, I'm surprised to see them going out - also Rafa [Nadal]".