Marin Cilic and Novak Djokovic set for Queen's final after semifinal wins

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I was keeping myself really focused, really composed, patient.

Cameras panned to the young Aussie in his players box moments before his semi-finals match against Croatia's Marin Cilic, and found him in a playful mood, joking around with an unseen person in the crowd and holding a water bottle in the vicinity of his crotch.

But crucially, Cilic saved a match point at 4-5 in the second set, with a thunderous service victor setting the stage for a thrilling tie-break.

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"I've played some good tennis, have played some tough opponents".

A resounding win against a three-time Wimbledon champion for Cilic will no doubt amplify the 36-year-old's struggles and lines him up firmly as the top seed's main rival at the All England Club. "But I have to see the positive because I haven't played a final in nearly a year".

Inspired by that escape act, Cilic powered through the deciding set to leave Djokovic shell-shocked as he won the Wimbledon warm-up event for the first time since 2012.

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Former US Open champion Cilic also lost the 2013 Queen's final and experienced fresh heartache against Federer in this year's Australian Open final.

Just when Novak Djokovic looked set to position himself perfectly for another run at Wimbledon he let slip the chance of a first ATP Tour title in almost a year. "And obviously trying to get as many free points on my own serve [as I can]", Djokovic said.

Kyrgios, who beat British pair Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund this week, was satisfied with his work after he followed up a run to the final in Stuttgart last week with one to the last four at Queen's. He needed an ace to save break point in the eighth game, could do little about the angled forehand around the net that gave Cilic another chance and then dumped a tired forehand. The Serb returned superbly to force a match point but the Croatian fended it off with some big-serving.

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Having served 32 aces in his previous two matches, Kyrgios sent down 16 aces to Cilic's 11 in a tight contest that featured zero service breaks. "As expected a couple of points made the difference in the tiebreaks". I played a lot of three-setters and a lot of tennis.