Agnieszka Radwanska will look to make full use of her previous experience of playing in a Wimbledon semifinal when she faces Garbine Muguruza on Thursday.
Radwanska went all the way to the final in the 2012 Wimbledon Championships, where she lost to a certain Serena Williams. That could very well be the final in Wimbledon 2015 as well, if the Pole manages to get the better of Muguruza in the first semifinal, with Serena then playing Maria Sharapova in the other last four match.
"Being in a final, that was a huge experience for me," the No.13 seed said. "I remember that match from the beginning till the end.
"I think that also helping for the future, that you know how it is to be in the final of a Grand Slam. I think afterwards it's a bit easier, you know how it is.
"I think it doesn't matter if you have won before or not, you want to win again anyway. That's Wimbledon. Everybody is fighting for it. Of course, I was close, even two times. But never did it. Well, maybe this year."
Muguruza, the No.20 seed, has been quite impressive in her run to the semifinal, beating the likes of Sabine Lisicky and Caroline Wozniacki. If she finds her range again in this match, then Radwanska might struggle.
The Spaniard has reached the last eight of the French Open a couple of times before, but this will be her first Grand Slam semifinal, and how she copes with that pressure will also play a big role in the eventual result, as she will be up against a more seasoned pro.
"First of all, I'm very happy to be to semifinals because I lost two times quarterfinals," Muguruza said. "Yeah, I'm surprised that my first semifinals is on grass. But I think I'm playing really good. I think the surface helps me."
Muguruza will also bank on her recent record against Radwanska to help her through to the final, with the Spaniard beating the Pole in their last two meetings.
"I think it's going to be 50/50 match," Radwanska said when asked if Muguruza has the upper hand. "She's for sure playing very good tennis at the moment.
"We have never played on grass, so I think it's going to be very good challenge."
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The first semifinal of the women's singles is scheduled for a 1 pm BST (5.30 pm IST, 8 am ET) start on Centre Court.
Live TV coverage of the women's singles semifinal matches will be on Starsports 2, while all the action of Wimbledon 2015 can also be watched via live streaming online on Hotstar and Starsports online.
Viewers in the UK can watch Radwanska vs Muguruza live on BBC One and BBC Two, while the match can also be live streamed on BBC iPlayer.
Audience in the US can watch Muguruza vs Radwanska live on ESPN, while the semifinal action from the Grand Slam can also be watched online via a live stream on Watch ESPN.
Australia viewers can watch Garbine Muguruza vs Agnieszka Radwanska live on Channel 7, with the online live streaming option on 7tennis.