The men’s Wimbledon showpiece is set after two entertaining semi-finals.
Here, the PA news agency looks at the events of day 12.
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It’s Coming Rome?
The Azzurri are not the only Italians going for glory in London on Sunday. First up will be Berrettini, who booked his first grand slam final spot with a four-set win over Roger Federer’s conqueror Hurkacz. He made history by becoming the first Italian to reach a Wimbledon final and, with his rocket-like serve and booming forehand, he will be a big threat for Djokovic. The 25-year-old, who was born in Rome, will be hoping he can set the tone for Roberto Mancini’s men, who later take on England at Wembley in the Euro 2020 final.
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It takes more than a smash to get through Berrettini.
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Djokovic is going for a sixth title.
History beckons for Djokovic
Djokovic is now just one win away from joining the elite duo of Federer and Rafael Nadal on 20 grand slams as he made it through to a seventh final at Wimbledon by taking out Shapovalov in three sets. Few would back against him doing it against Berrettini such is his consistency. He was at times outplayed by Shapovalov but won all the key points, the hallmark of a great champion.
There will be British finalists at this year’s Championships after Joe Salisbury and Harriet Dart made it into the mixed doubles showpiece. Salisbury is going for a second successive mixed doubles title at a grand slam after winning the French Open last month. He has a new partner in the shape of fellow Brit Dart, but the pair have a good relationship, beating Kevin Krawietz and Kveta Peschke 6-2 4-6 6-4 on Centre Court.
Day 13 order of play
Centre CourtAshleigh Barty v Karolina Pliskova