5. Tomas Berdych Vs Dominic Thiem (2017)
Closing rating: Berdych def. Thiem 6-3 6-7 6-3 3-6 6-3
Tomas Berdych rolled again the years on the hallowed grass of Wimbledon in 2017, making a surging run to the semi-finals and defeating a then up and coming, now grand slam champion, Dominic Thiem on the fourth spherical stage.
The one grand slam ultimate Berdych made in his profession got here in London and at 31 regardless of his fading fortunes and health, gathered himself to disclaim the Austrian a spot within the final eight.
The Czech had misplaced 9 of ten in opposition to high ten opposition, so when Thiem levelled the match taking the fourth 6-3 it seemed like an all too acquainted story. However the 13-time ATP Tour title winner confirmed his true class and resilience to interrupt early and calmly serve out the set 6-3. He would go on to lose to eventual champion Roger Federer.