Originally Posted by Time Violation
That's not when, it's if, and not a small one. Impossible to predict at this point what form will either of them bring in the SF.
Good point. Will Murray benefit from having enjoyed a straight ride so far or will it work to his disadvantage when he faces Federer?
Similarly, will Roger's last match have drained him even though it was 3 and half hours long.
Usually, Murray is better at best of 3s and Roger has a positive H2H in bigger matches.
But we'll see in two days.