AFTER the drama of the men's quarter-finals that ended with Andy Murray battling back from two sets down to join Jerzy Janowicz, Novak Djokovic and Juan Martin del Potro it's the turn of the women to hog the spotlight on Thursday.
The first semi-final sees Marion Bartoli face Kirsten Flipkens followed by Sabine Lisicki against Agnieszka Radwanska.
I'm staring with the later match because that's the one I feel more confident about predicting. Lisicki's looked like the tournament winner since she beat world No.1 Serena Williams and she followed up with a convincing win against Kaia Kanepi to reach the last four.
The world No.24 may be up against the world No.4 but it's Lisicki who is a strong favourite at 4-7 with Betfred.
Radwanska needed treatment during her hard-fought three-set win against Li Na and has been to a decider three rounds in a row. The Pole is a battler but this could be a game too far for her.
The other tie is much tougher to call but I'm taking Belgian 20th seed Kirsten Flipkens to reach her first Grand Slam final.
Flipkens is learning all she knows from Belgian legend Kim Clijsters and has enjoyed a fantastic year and great run to the semis.
She looks like she has all the shots and should be able to outhit baseline battler Bartoli who was runner-up in 2007.
Bartoli will make Flipkens battle all the way and it should be close enough to go to three sets. Flipkens is 13-10 with William Hill against the French favourite who is 4-6 at bet365. My call is three sets is 11-8 at Ladbrokes.
Flipkens v Bartoli 3 sets