Will it finally be a golden day for Andy Murray and will it be the beginning of his search for an illusive grand slam? I really hope so. I said last month it was Federer's destiny to win Wimbledon, but I feel it is Murray's destiny to win tomorrow.
He seems like a different player, more confident, he is feeding off the shared responsibility of being part of Team GB instead of being the only hope at Wimbledon.
The way he dispatched Djokovic was hopefully a sign of things to come and I would like to think perhaps this will be the spring board to finally winning a Grand Slam.
I know he hasn't won gold yet, but he has two chances to win a gold medal tomorrow. I feel Federer is looking very nervous and I doubt he will have the support he normally receives at Wimbledon when he plays the final. A win in a massive final over five sets against Fed will be a huge confidence boost for Murray. With Nadal resting, and Djokovic not playing that well, come the US Open Murray might finally get his chance to win his first major.
Beating Federer tomorrow will go along way to giving him the metal confidence to go all the way. Let's hope with the euphoria surging around Britain at the moment from the success of our Olympic squad, Murray can win two golds medals and then win the US Open.