On Tuesday, Cameron Norrie, a ninth-seeded British player, beat Belgian David Goffin, an unseeded player, 3-6, 7-5, 2-6, 6-3, 7-5, to advance to his first Grand Slam semi-final and set up a dream Wimbledon match with Novak Djokovic.
Norrie was unexpectedly worn out in the first set despite entering the match with a lot of confidence after winning two consecutive sets.
He came back to win the second, but only got two points in the first four games of the third as Goffin, who was also trying to reach the final four at a major for the first time, won it easily.
In order to defeat Frances Tiafoe on Sunday, the Belgian was on the court for four and a half hours.
As Norrie increased his own effort to tie the match, much to the joy of a crowded Number One Court, the Belgian started to appear a bit exhausted.