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There's a slim chance that Djokovic will lose prior to the semifinals.
With that being said, if and when he gets to within one match of the Wimbledon final, he is likely to face the No. 4 seed Andy Murray.
Murray is British. Therefore, his destiny is to get everyone's hopes up with an incredible run, before being destroyed by Djoker.
That's just how it's supposed to happen. Please don't shoot the messenger.
Once he gets to the final, Djokovic will face either Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer. Both players are capable of defeating him.
Federer would be playing to do something historic. The Swiss sensation can tie Pete Sampras for the most gentlemen's singles titles in the tournament's storied history. The good news for Djokovic is that Federer has fallen off his game and most likely will not reach the final.
Rather, his likely opponent will be Nadal, who he beat at Wimbledon last year.
To continue with the prevailing theme, runner-ups at Wimbledon also tend to repeat, especially when the champion is the winner.
It is an odd pattern, but it's what tends to happen.