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Federer moves ahead
Roger Federer forged ahead of Andy Murray in the men's singles final at Wimbledon, breaking the Scot in an epic game and then serving out to hold a two sets to one advantage.
It had been clearly painful to drop the second set for Murray, who had been the better player for almost all of it.
He managed to put aside his disappointment to hold serve at the start of the third, and it seemed to the advantage of the Scot when the heavens opened and play was suspended.
That gave Murray a chance to talk to coach Ivan Lendl and regroup, and when the players came back out it was under the roof.
The general view before the match had been an indoor final would suit the Swiss, taking the wind out of the equation and allowing him to take the ball even earlier.
He certainly looked fired up, and Murray was not helped by two heavy falls in the sixth game.
The second gave Federer a break point and, although Murray saved that one, the pressure was relentless and on his sixth chance of an epic game, the Swiss broke through.
Murray's second serve has been one of the keys to his run to the final but he was struggling to win points with it against Federer and needed to improve his first-serve percentage.
The Scot threw everything at his opponent when he served for the set but it was not enough and Federer held to take it 6-3 and go two sets to one in front.