Wimbledon Day 11 - Order of play
A place in the men's singles final awaits Andy Murray if he can overcome defending champion Rafael Nadal on Centre Court this afternoon.
The British number one has the opportunity to avenge defeat by Nadal at the same stage last year although Murray has acknowledged the difficulty of defeating an opponent who holds an 11-4 head-to-head record against him.
"I feel fine, I'm just looking forward to tomorrow now," Murray told BBC Sport. "I'll do all the right preparation and recovery stuff and try and play my best tomorrow."
Both men have had injury concerns throughout the tournament, with Nadal requiring treatment for a foot injury during his quarter-final victory over American Mardy Fish. But both players came through practice sessions unscathed at Wimbledon yesterday and Murray appears undaunted by the prospect of another meeting with the world number one.
"I believe I can win against him," said Murray. "I had chances last year. I was a break up in the third set, had break point on my serve in the second set -- I think there was only one break in the first set. We both played good tennis," he told BBC Sport.
Novak Djokovic and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga open proceedings in the first semi-final, which begins at 1300 BST.
Should the Serbian win he will become world number one next week, no matter how Nadal fares against Murray.
Tsonga, who overcame Roger Federer in the quarter-finals, has an impressive record against Djokovic with a 5-2 head-to-head advantage.
"I played against him many times," the Frenchman told BBC Sport. "He beat me in the big moments [the 2008 Australian Open final] and I want to change that."
Gentlemen's Semifinals Schedule for Friday, 1 July, 2011 of Wimbledon 2011
Centre Court - 13:00
 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) vs  Novak Djokovic (SRB)
 Rafael Nadal (ESP) vs  Andy Murray (GBR)