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Novak Djokovic celebrates his win over Kei Nishikori at Wimbledon on July 11.

This will be their first meeting on grass, and Nishikori said: 'I think it's going to be a new game for us.

Djokovic and Nishikori will play the first match on Centre Court, followed by arguably the pick of the quarter-finals between Nadal and Juan Martin del Potro, meaning Federer must make a rare visit to Court One. 'Against Anderson he has won all four matches and never dropped a set, so I expect him to comfortably get through.

Hard-serving Kevin Anderson, having lost the first two sets, fought off a match point and came storming back to stun top seeded Roger Federer on Wednesday to advance to the semifinals at Wimbledon.

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At the start of the second, Djokovic was putting Nishikori under enormous pressure again, but the Japanese held firm on serve in a 10-minute game.

It nearly looked like Djokovic ended up giving Nishikori the point on the ensuing backhand, because when you've earned it you've earned it. Djokovic has been looking like his old self again this Wimbledon, but you have to think there's a voice in the back of his head wondering why this keeps happening to him. He's not been in the latter stages of a major event so much recently, I think Queen's was his first final in a year and he looked like he had a few doubts in that match against Cilic but in terms of his level and the way he's playing, I think he's back where he wants to be. I feel like a lot of aspects of my game can give him a lot of trouble'. The world number 40 was unable to mount a response this time and evidence fortune was in the Serbian's favour came on his second of two set points when a Khachanov slip enabled him to take a 2-0 lead in the match.

"You think I ruined the court for just throwing my racket (down)?"

Djokovic's mood was not improved by Ramos choosing not to punish Nishikori for imitating his earlier offence of bashing a racquet into the ground.

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He then let rip at Ramos for failing to sanction Nishikori for a similar act of frustration in the fourth set.

"Double standards, my friend", screamed the former world number one.

The Serb has looked in impressive form over the last week and was too strong for Nishikori, who was competing in his first quarter-final at the All England Club.

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