Men's second semi-final
Andy Murray (GBR)  v *Roger Federer (SWI) , 6-4, 6-7, 6-3, 6-7, 6-2, 241 minutes
Women's doubles final:
Sara Errani (ITA) / Roberta Vinci (ITA) d Ashleigh Barty (AUS) / Casey Dellacqua (AUS) 6-2, 3-6, 6-2
The fact that the match went to five sets is testament to Roger Federer's wily determination, for he was behind the game all night.
Murray's serve was dominant. He conceded only six break points (two ocnverted), and was almost always ahead by a couple of points before Federer won a point on his service.
Murray converted six of 16 break points, won 177 total points to 151, whacked 21 aces to five, and hit 62 winners to 43.
The fourth set was the most dramatic of the match. Federer broke Murray for the first time, and led 4-1, but Murray became even more aggressive, and reeled off five of the next six games to serve for the match. That brought a glorious riposte from Federer, who broke Murray's serve again, then scurried through the tiebreaker.
All credit goes to Murray for regrouping from that disappointment to dominate the final set. He is resilient, tough, skilful and superbly fit. The final will be exacting, to the say the least, with Novak Djokovic possessing similar traits.