The 2012 Wimbeldon Championships will reach their climax tomorrow morning when the two best players left in the draw do battle on Centre Court. Third-seeded Roger Federer hasn't been in a Wimbledon Final since 2009, and he could do wonders for his name if he could upset top-ranked Novak Djokovic. Djokovic has beaten Federer at two of the last three tennis majors, including an epic rally at the 2011 U.S. Open semifinal match and a straight set beatdown at the 2011 French Open.
The undercard isn't too bad either, as fourth-ranked Andy Murray vies for a spot in the final in front of what figures to be a pro-Murray crowd on Friday afternoon. He'll have to take on fifth-ranked Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to earn that spot in what figures to be an entertaining afternoon of tennis.
Coverage of the men's semifinals will begin at 5 a.m. PT and will last as long as the matches last. ESPN has their coverage going until 11 a.m., although I imagine coverage would extend if it went longer than that.