has found his way back to the men's final at Wimbledon. On Friday he beat the world's number one player in four sets 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 under a closed roof at center court. Federer will now play the winner of the semi-final match between Andy Murray and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga which is just about to get underway. Winning Wimbledon is important to Federer who, with a win, would equal Pete Sampras' record of seven men's singles titles at Wimbledon. A win would also mean that Federer would take over the number one spot in the men's rankings from Novak Djokovic.