Not even Novak Djokovic, with his elastic powers and that ridiculous defence, will be able to stop Roger Federer, if the great man plays like he did in the semifinal against Andy Murray. A slight drop from that level, though, and Djokovic will be right there at Centre Court on Sunday, probably even the favourite to beat Federer for the second straight time in a Wimbledon final.
The defending champion has not put up too many astounding performances so far – well not for his unbelievably high standards at least -- in this tournament, probably because he has not had to play any of the elite on his way to the Wimbledon 2015 final.
He is certainly playing the elite in the final, however, and watching Federer befuddle and mesmerise Murray and the entire crowd that watched that master class on Friday, Djokovic will know his A-Game is an absolute must if he is to win a second consecutive Wimbledon title, and third overall.
"It's finals of Wimbledon and it's the most important match that any player, tennis player, can have," Djokovic said after his 7-6 (7-2), 6-4, 6-4 victory over Richard Gasquet in the semifinals. "I'm going to get myself prepared for whatever is expecting me on the court.
"It's not the first time that I'll experience this particular feeling. I'm going to try to use the experience from the fast in order to get myself in a right state of mind."
It certainly is not the first time for Federer either. This will be the 17-time Grand Slam champion's tenth appearance in a Wimbledon final, a final in which he will gun for an unprecedented eighth title.
Federer has been the best player to watch at this Wimbledon – well, to be fair, he more often than not, is in most tournaments – but in this Wimbledon in particular, the Swiss master has been majestic.
Against Murray, in as high-profile a semifinal as they come, Federer produced the kind of magic which most thought was beyond him at the age of 33. Murray played a really good match, getting in a lot of first serves and hitting a fair few winners as well, but against the Federer glide, he was always going to come up second best.
"At the end of the day, I enjoy it," Federer said when asked about what motivates him after a stunning career. "I work hard in the practice. In a match like this [against Murray], I can have a great performance.
"And clearly it's an amazing feeling when you come back from the match and everybody's so happy for you, even like on the inside of the Royal Box when I was walking back, there was applause all the way to the locker room. Something I don't remember really having, except maybe on one of the wins I've had here.
"So I just feel overall that people are very happy for me, and at the same time I'm very pleased how well I'm playing. But knowing that it's just a semifinal match, it's obviously a huge one, a big one against Andy here, I need to keep it up for one more match to really make it the perfect couple of weeks."
A near-perfect fortnight it has been so far, and if he produces some of that just-plain-out-of-this-world tennis in the final, the roles from last year will be reversed, with Federer clinging on to that famous old golden trophy.
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Novak Djokovic vs Roger Federer is scheduled for a 6.30 pm IST (2 pm BST, 9 am ET) start. Live coverage of every single point of the Wimbledon men's singles final will be on Star Sports 2 in India, with a couple of live streaming options also available on Starsports.com and Hotstar.
Audience watching this final in the UK can catch it live BBC One, while Federer vs Djokovic can also be live streamed on BBC iPlayer.
Viewers in the US can watch Djokovic vs Federer live with their breakfast, and then hopefully carry that over to brunch, on ESPN. The Wimbledon 2015 final can also be live streamed on Watch ESPN.
Australia viewers can catch Roger Federer vs Novak Djokovic live on Channel 7, while the online live streaming option is on 7Tennis.