A 30-something Australian Open that has become really something, not just in tennis.
Earlier, Venus and Serena Williams, sisters with a total of 29 majors between them, were the first to turn on the schmaltzy nostalgia by reaching Saturday's women's final.
The 35-year-old Swiss marvel has been the talk of the year's first major in his unforeseen, roll-back-the-years charge at an 18th Grand Slam crown.
This fairytale for the sport's history-makers could continue Friday with Rafael Nadal, another thirtysomething thought past his best, bidding to set up what would be a dream men's showdown for those itching for another stroll down memory lane.
"It was an awkward match", Federer said. "I think he's done incredibly well on all the other surfaces, including grass actually, also indoors, hard and fast". He wrote me a letter again this week to wish me well again.
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If she comes out on top, either American Coco Vandeweghe or French Open champion Garbine Muguruza will be waiting in the last four. "But here I am in the semifinals and going to play Stan". "To be in the same breath like these guys, it's a great feeling". He was up against someone who was seeded fourth.
Making a return to elite tennis after six months out following knee surgery, Federer finally put Wawrinka to the sword 7-5 6-3 1-6 4-6 6-3 on Rod Laver Arena, becoming the oldest man to make a grand slam final since 39-year-old Ken Rosewall in 1974.
The No. 4-seeded Wawrinka powered into the semifinals, defeating No. 12 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 7-6 (2), 6-4, 6-3. "I'm confident enough to say that as I feel good physically, and overall on the court". "I didn't really deserve it at that moment, but I served it out".
"I felt I was always going to be risky on any given day in a match situation". I had to check the scoreboard. I honestly didn't even know a few days ago that he was in my section of the draw or I'm in his section.
"It was not easy to play him, he's strong", said Wawrinka, a three-time Grand Slam champion. Federer later saved two break points at 4-4 but was unable to prevent a cross-court victor and Wawrinka then held to love to force a decider. A single break of serve in the fourth, sent the game to a final set.
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The match remained on serve until the ninth game of the set when Wawrinka forced three break points and having seen the first two saved, he conjured a magnificent victor to seal it before consolidated to love to set up a decider.
After saving two early break points, Federer climbed out from the whole he was in, took a break point off Wawrinka's double fault to go 4-2, saved his serve at 5-2 to eventually take the win. "That's enough", joked Federer, who could meet old rival Rafael Nadal in the final if the Spaniard overcomes Milos Raonic in their quarter-final today.
Mirka could be seen praying in Roger Federer's player box, to sometimes just hanging her head in frustration at an unforced error or jumping with sheer joy at each point her husband won. We've had some epic battles over the years.
"I think these injury timeouts, I think they're more mental than anything else".
"I'm going to leave it all out here and if I can't walk for the next five months, that's okay".
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