On Friday, Roger Federer defeated Tomas Berdych to advance to his 11th Wimbledon singles final, the most of any man in the Open era, setting up a title match against 2014 US Open champion Marin Cilic.

If Federer can repeat that feat at this year’s US Open, he would pull into a tie for the most US Open men’s singles finals in the Open era.

Here is a closer look at the US Open record books, with Open era players in italics:

Most Men’s Singles Finals – U.S. Championships/US Open

1. Bill Tilden – 10 (1918-25, 27, 29)
2. Bill Larned – 9 (1900-03, 07-11)
T3. Pete Sampras – 8 (1990, 92-93, 95-96, 2000-02)
T3. Ivan Lendl – 8 (1982-89)
T3. Bill Johnston – 8 (1915-16, 19-20, 22-25)
T6. Novak Djokovic – 7 (2007, 10-13, 15-16
T6. Roger Federer – 7 (2004-09, 15)
T6. Jimmy Connors – 7 (1974-78, 82-83)
T6. Richard Sears – 7 (1881-87)
10. Andre Agassi – 6 (1990, 94-95, 99, 2002, 05)