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Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka can justify their status as Wimbledon's big four by making the semifinals Wednesday.Defending champion, top seed and 2011 winner Djokovic takes on U.S. Open champion Marin Cilic boasting a 12-0 career lead over the Croatian.Seven-time champion Federer faces Gilles Simon with the Frenchman playing in his maiden Wimbledon quarterfinal while 2013 winner Murray, seeded three, is up against surprise quarterfinalist Vasek Pospisil of Canada.Cilic, 26, lost to Djokovic in five sets in the quarterfinals in 2014 despite being two sets to one ahead.The Swiss has been virtually untroubled on serve on his way to a 13th Wimbledon quarterfinal, just one behind the record of 14 held by Jimmy Connors.He has yet to drop serve, has faced just two break points in 58 service games and has committed only three double faults.Murray is into his eighth successive Wimbledon quarterfinal and takes a 3-0 lead into his matchup with world No. 56 Pospisil who had never got beyond the third round of a major before this Wimbledon.
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