"Fed-Dal," the most anticipated tennis match in a long time
WIMBLEDON, England -- What a treat for sports fans around the world. On Friday, two of the biggest names tennis has ever seen will stare each other down at the most sacred of grounds. It will mark meeting number 40 between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, with the most recent match-up coming at Roland Garros, when Nadal rolled in a windy affair 6-3, 6-4, 6-2.
38 major titles on the court at the same time, and squaring off at Wimbledon for the first time since, what many call the greatest tennis match ever played, the 2008 finals. Host of "Inside Tennis," Dave "The Koz" Kozlowski weighs in on the most anticipated tennis match in a long time.
"Here we are Nadal and Federer. The world knows these names just behind Serena Williams. The contribution they make to the game, it doesn't matter who loses that match. You go surface favoring Federer, but you have heart strongly favoring Nadal. We are looking for one of the best semifinal matches in the last decade," The Koz said.