Wimbledon 2017: Novak Djokovic compelled to retire on account of harm in quarter-final v Tomas Berdych, Roger Federer defeats Milos Raonic


Novak Djokovic’s hopes of successful a fourth Wimbledon title have been scuppered by harm when the Serbian was compelled to retire towards Tomas Berdych.

Djokovic had misplaced the primary set in a tie-break and was down a break within the second when he withdrew from his quarter-final, with Berdych up 7-6 (7/2) 2-Zero.

Berdych will face 18-time grand slam champion Roger Federer for a spot within the closing on Sunday.

Swiss star Federer beat Milos Raonic in straight units.

Federer walked out on Centre Courtroom after Murray’s shock defeat to Sam Querrey after which noticed it introduced on display screen that Djokovic had retired injured from his match towards Tomas Berdych.

However there have been no surprises for the 18-time main champion, who stored his hopes of a file eighth Wimbledon title alive with a 6-Four 6-2 7-6 (7/Four) victory.

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