Defending champion Andy Murray takes on Grigor Dimitrov in the quarterfinals of the 2014 Wimbledon Championships at the Centre Court of the All England Club, London on Wednesday.
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Murray bulldozed his way into the quarterfinals of the Grand Slam event at SW19 with a straight set victory over his 6ft 8" tall counterpart Kevin Anderson. The match lasted 152 minutes as the 27-year-old triumphed over the South African, 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (6), in straight sets.
The 27-year-old home favourite is now unbeaten in 11 matches in this competition and has qualified for the last-eight for the seventh successive year.
The Scot is now up against a consistent Dimitrov, who had never managed to reach the third round before this season.
The 23-year-old Bulgarian sent Leonardo Mayer crashing out of the competition in straight sets in the pre-quarterfinals on Monday, registering a, 6-4, 7-6 (6), 6-2, win in 129 minutes.
The 11th seed is showing signs of progress this year and has already defeated Murray – albeit in a hard court - at the 2014 Abierto Mexicano Telcel, Acapulco. The third seed is yet to drop a single set in this year's competition and will be keen to maintain his surge into the semi-final for the sixth time in a row.
Whichever gentleman triumphs, the other will battle it out with the winner between top seed Novak Djokovic and 26th seed Marin Cilic in the semi-final on Friday.
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Murray holds a 3-1 lead over Dimitrov in overall meetings. The pair have never faced each other in a Grand Slam event.
What They Say
Andy Murray: "Now he's starting to come into his prime. He's won a lot of matches this year. He's a tough player. Will be a hard match for me. It's a big opportunity for him, as well, playing on the Centre Court at Wimbledon for the first time. It's a great opportunity for him. Hopefully we can play a good match."
Grigor Dimitrov: "It's not a new opponent for me. I know him. There's nothing major for me that I need to be aware of. It's his home basically here. He's been playing a lot of matches on the Centre Court. He knows his way around the grass pretty good. He's a great mover. I'm just going to play my game. I'm not going to step back. I just want to come out with my big game and play my aggressive tennis."