|Wimbledon 2018 on the BBC|
|Venue: All England Club, Wimbledon Dates: 2-15 July|
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Rafael Nadal reached the Wimbledon semi-finals for the first time since 2011 with a five-set victory over Juan Martin del Potro on Centre Court.
The two-time champion won 7-5 6-7 (7-9) 4-6 6-4 6-4 hours after Roger Federer lost to Kevin Anderson.
Nadal was forced to come back from a set down before breaking in a thrilling fifth set to win in almost five hours.
The Spanish second seed will play 12-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals.
Nadal is bidding to win his third Wimbledon title and his second Grand Slam of the year, having secured the French Open in June.
And the 17-time Grand Slam champion is a strong favourite to win the tournament following Federer’s shock exit.
Del Potro has only reached the Wimbledon semi-finals on one occasion – in 2013, when he lost to Djokovic in a record-breaking five-set thriller.
The fifth seed, who also lost to Nadal in the semi-finals of the French Open, bounced back from a set down to claim a closely-contested tie-break in the second.
Del Potro was on top for much of the third set before finally forcing a late break of serve to take the lead at two sets to one.
But Nadal broke midway through the fourth to put the pressure back on the former US Open champion and force a fifth set.
It was evenly balanced and full of drama until near the end – Nadal even jumped into the crowd at one point during a rally, and saved five break points in the final set.
But the Spaniard broke midway through the final set and held his nerve from there to set up his sixth Wimbledon semi-final – and a third meeting with Djokovic at SW19.
‘One of the best sets ever’ – analysis
Former British number one Tim Henman
It was such a great effort from Del Potro. After losing the first set we thought he would be up against it but he did well to get on level terms and then get his nose in front.
It was Rafa’s resilience, his intensity to find a way to come out on top [that made the difference].
Three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray
It was a great match that got better and better. That fifth set is one of the best sets I have ever seen.
Both played at such a high level, huge hitting and we saw great touch too. It was a great match and I felt very lucky to watch that.