Wimbledon: Norrie vows to 'take it to' Djokovic
Wimbledon semi-finalist Cameron Norrie has pledged to take the fight to Novak Djokovic in their last-four tie.
Norrie defeated world No58 David Goffin 3-6 7-5 2-6 6-3 7-5 to seal his progression to a maiden Grand Slam semi-final.
He is the first British man in the Open Era to reach the semi-finals of Wimbledon after Roger Taylor, Tim Henman and Andy Murray.
The world No12's reward is a tie against top seed and reigning Wimbledon champion Djokovic, who is in the hunt for a 21st Grand Slam title.
Yet that daunting challenge is not dampening Norrie's enthusiasm.
"It's great to get this now but it's only going to get tougher," he said in his on-court interview.
"I'm going to take it to Novak and hopefully you guys can get behind me and I'm sure you will."
Jannik Sinner became the first player to win two sets against Djokovic at Wimbledon since Roger Federer did so in an epic final in 2019.
But the Serbian hit back to win 5-7 2-6 6-3 6-2 6-2 on Centre Court.
Djokovic has now won 84 singles matches at Wimbledon in the main draw, a tally that trails only Federer (105).
Norrie, 26, has won two titles on the ATP Tour this year but acknowledged it was hard to get an immediate grip of what he has achieved so far at Wimbledon.
He added: "I think just winning a match like this, I'm in shock. I don't know what to say now.
"I have flashbacks of all the hard work and all the sacrifices I have had to make and it's definitely paid off – and it feels pretty good."