Wimbledon 2014 Men's Semifinals: Federer vs. Raonic Preview and Prediction

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Wimbledon 2014 Men's Semifinals: Federer vs. Raonic Preview and Prediction
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Roger Federer follows through on a forehand during his quarterfinal match at Wimbledon.

In a clash of the new guard versus Wimbledon royalty, Milos Raonic will try to upset the venerable Roger Federer in the semifinals at the All England Club.

Federer, a seven-time winner, seeks to move one step closer to winning what would be a record-setting eighth Wimbledon title and 18th Grand Slam. To do so he must hold off the towering youngster from the Great White North.

Raonic, 23, became the first Canadian male to reach the semifinals at Wimbledon since 1908. He's hoping to win his first Slam and establish himself as the newcomer to signal the end of the Big Four era. 

He brings his booming serve to counter Federer's all-court mastery. It will be power versus precision, youth against experience, and an all-time great taking on an up-and-comer. 

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