Spain's Rafael Nadal reacts during his semi final match against Serbia's Novak Djokovic. (REUTERS/Andrew Boyers)
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Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will resume their Wimbledon semi-final battle under the Center Court roof despite clear blues skies and temperatures pushing 30 degrees on Saturday.That was due to the opening semi-final between Kevin Anderson and John Isner taking 6 hours and 36 minutes to complete.Nadal, chasing an 18th Grand Slam crown and in his first Wimbledon semi-final since finishing runner-up to Djokovic in 2011, then saved five break points in the second set to level the contest.Djokovic has already hit 42 winners to Nadal's 39 but has converted just two of 10 break points.Until Friday, he had not dropped serve until Anderson halted that run at 110 service games in the third set.Friday's marathon was the longest semi-final ever played at Wimbledon, surpassing the four hours 44 minutes it took Djokovic to beat Juan Martin del Potro in 2013 .Anderson finished the match with 49 aces and 118 winners; Isner had 53 aces and 129 winners.
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