And then there were two.
Federer had the advantage entering the final with his experience, play on the grass and knowledge of the big stage. But after the first set, Murray looked ready for the challenge, winning the set 6-4.
Here is where you can find the rest of this epic Wimbledon final on TV and on the Internet:
Live Stream: ESPN3
Federer is looking for his seventh Wimbledon Grand Slam in his illustrious career. After struggling earlier in the 2012 Wimbledon tournament, Federer found his groove and has been building confidence throughout his early struggles.
Once Rafael Nadal was bounced early in the tournament, the door for Federer to win another Grand Slam was wide open. Novak Djokovic, the World No. 1 tennis player, was the only one standing in his way.
Federer bounced him in four sets 6-3, 3-6, 6-4, 6-3.
Murray received a great confidence boost when Nadal was bounced in the second round of the tournament. With his loss, the door opened on that side of the draw.
He has taken full advantage of his opportunities and now he's two sets away from winning his first Grand Slam.