HOWARD FENDRICH
AP Tennis Writer

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July 4, 2013
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Wimbledon SF: Murray-Janowicz, Djokovic-del Potro

LONDON — His two-set deficit in the Wimbledon quarterfinals already erased, Andy Murray evened the fifth at 4-all, looked into the Centre Court stands and shook his fist. “Come on!” he bellowed. “Come on, now!” Already riled up, the 15,000 or so spectators stood and roared even louder. It’s been 77 years since a British man won the country’s Grand Slam tennis tournament, and Murray is giving the locals reason to believe that wait will end Sunday. Two more victories to go. Buoyed by a boisterous partisan crowd, the second-seeded Murray got past 54th-ranked Fernando Verdasco of Spain 4-6, 3-6, …

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