With the women's semifinals matches having been played yesterday and the men's having wrapped up today, the finals at Wimbledon are now set. The women's final will feature Venus Williams and Gabrine Muguruza, while the men's final will see Rodger Federer go against Marin Cilic.

Williams vs. Muguruza

Tenth-seeded Venus Williams defeated sixth-seeded Johanna Konta 6-4, 6-2 to advance to her ninth Wimbledon final and first since 2009. The 37-year-old is the oldest female player to reach the finals since 1994 when 37-year-old Martina Navratilova lost to Conchita Martinez in three sets.

Williams will be trying to win her sixth title at Wimbledon and her eighth overall grand slam. If Williams wins not only will it be her first grand slam victory since 2008, but she will be the oldest women's grand slam champion in the Open Era (since 1968). She is entering the finals having won 12 consecutive service games.

Fourteenth-seeded Garbine Muguruza defeated unseeded Magdalena Rybarikova 6-1, 6-1 to advance to her second final at the All-England Club. The last time she reached the final in 2015, she was defeated by Serena Williams in straight sets. Muguruza will be attempting to win her second grand slam, as she previously defeated Serena to win the 2016 French Open. She is entering the finals having dropped the least number of games so far, losing only 39.

This will be only the fifth grand slam final between women both seeded tenth or lower.

Federer vs. Cilic

Three-seeded Rodger Federer defeated eleventh-seeded Tomas Berdych 7-6 (7-4), 7-6 (7-4), 6-4 to advance to his eleventh Wimbledon final. This is the most finals appearances by a men's player at a single event. At 35-years-old, he is also the oldest player to reach the final at the All-England Club since 39-year-old Ken Rosewall in 1974, who was defeated in straight sets by Jimmy Connors.

Federer enters the final having not dropped a set, the third time (2006 and 2008) that he has done so. The only man in the Open Era to win Wimbledon without dropping a set was Bjorn Borg in 1976.

Seventh-seeded Marin Cilic defeated twenty-fourth seeded Sam Querrey 6-7 (6-8), 6-4, 7-6 (7-3), 7-5 to make it to his first final at Wimbledon and only his second grand slam final ever.

Cilic's only other grand slam final appearance saw him defeat Ken Nishikori at the 2014 US Open. He is in the final at Wimbledon for the first time in 11 tries, which is the most attempts by any man before finally reaching the final.