Milos Raonic made history at Wimbledon Friday, beating Roger Federer in the semifinals to become the first man representing Canada to reach a major singles final in the Open Era. Despite that historic win, Raonic made it known what his true goals are after the match when he said, “I’m by no means done what I’m trying to accomplish.”

To accomplish what he came to Wimbledon for and to claim his first major title, Raonic will have to take down Andy Murray, who beat Tomas Berdych in the other semifinal. Ahead of the final on Sunday, here is some background on how Raonic and Murray have fared against each other.

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