WIMBLEDON, England -- Four men left, all so different.
There is Jonas Bjorkman, unseeded Swede, the 34-year-old sweet father who nearly gave up singles last year, trying to beat the unbeatable Roger Federer.
There is Marcos Baghdatis, the emotional Cypriot mugging for the crowd and dusting off his flashy forehand and between-the-legs magic. He'll play Rafael Nadal, the clay-trained Spaniard who is still learning to move on grass and dealing with unsubstantiated mumblings that he may be linked to a Madrid doping scandal.
Four intriguing men in today's Wimbledon semifinals.
Only Nadal had to play yesterday. He beat Jarkko Nieminen, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4, on Court One while...