It's that time of year again, the moment when the nation holds its breath, crosses its fingers and tensely grips the glass of Pimm's - Andy Murray is just one match away from the Wimbledon final.
And he's up against the man who beat him in his first SW19 final in 2012 - Roger Federer. Of course, the Brit came back to Wimbledon later that year in the Olympics to get revenge and take the gold medal.
Murray became the first British man in 77 years to be Wimbledon champion in 2013.
Elsewhere in south west London, the defending champion, Novak Djokovic, is facing Richard Gasquet in the first semi final of the day.
Here, James Olley fills you in on all the main talking points:Reuse content