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Tsonga, 26, said: “I didn’t just have a sudden flash of inspiration out there – I had lots of them.
“I was quick, I served unbelievable, I was just perfect today. Every time I was feeling like a dream.
“Even at two sets down, I still felt I had a chance. I was not playing ridiculous tennis, and Roger’s record of never losing in a Grand Slam from two sets up never crossed my mind.
“Roger is the best, and I don’t know if I have finished his aura of being invincible on grass – only the future will tell us.
“But I was not scared of him on the big points, and for me this will always be one of the best memories in my career.”
If his serve remains as lethal as this, Tsonga need not limit his ambitions to upsetting No.2 seed Novak Djokovic in the last four tomorrow afternoon.
He could win Wimbledon – and after plunging the land of cuckoo clocks into mourning, that’s no idle threat from cloud cuckoo land. Source.
Jkovich vs. Tsonga
Jo Wilford Tsonga is coming into this match on the back of defeating 6 time Wimbledon Champions in Roger Federer with the scoreline of [ 3-6, 6-7, 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 ] in what was a very excitng match and had the crowd on their toes through out the match. Now Tsonga will be hoping to go all the way and make it to the Final and have a go at the grand slam of the year.