Andy Murray will face Swiss ace and former world number one, Roger Federer in Wimbledon Semi Final after he convincingly beat Vasek Pospisil in straight sets. Roger, too, eased past his opponent in straight sets. The seven time Wimbledon champion swept France’s Giles Simon, 6-3,7-5,6-2, to set up an emphatic semi final meeting with the Brit.

Murray, 28, had to cope with two rain delays, before he beat world number 56, 6-4,7-5,6-4. Murray controlled most of the match as he convincingly converted the solitary break point on offer in each of the first two sets, both with strong cross-court backhands to which the Canadian had no answer to. Murray did well to hold serve for 4-4 onn the resumption as Pospisil pressed and the Brit took a firm grip on the contest, eventually, outclassing his opponent.

Meanwhile, Roger Federer completed his match in an hour and 34 minutes, keeping Simon on his toes throughout the contest. Federer was particularly impressive with his serve and apart from one break Simon never looked like getting anything in the rallies. The Swiss dominated the play and made his opponent work hard for the rare points he dropped. Simon was eventually outclassed by the 33 year old.

The epic semi final encounter between the two fiercely competitive men, is going to take place on Friday, the 10th of July as both the players would be looking to seal a place in the Wimbledon finals.