Jamie Murray and Martina Hingis will start the mixed doubles final as favourites
Murray pulled out of two matches in the week before the Championships with a sore hip and played through the pain to reach the quarter-finals.
However, he was downed in five sets by Sam Querrey to leave Konta as the last remaining Brit in the singles draws.
She became the first British woman to reach a Wimbledon semi-final since Virginia Wade since 1978 but she could go no further as Venus Williams overpowered her on Centre Court.
But two Brits are still flying the flag for the home nation going into the final day of action, although they will be on opposite sides of the net.
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Jamie Murray and Martina Hingis have never played competitively as a team but have joined up at the request of the Swiss woman and were given the No1 seed in the mixed doubles.
Both are former champions at Wimbledon: Hingis won the singles in 1997, has three doubles titles (1996, 1998 and 2015) and took the mixed doubles two years ago with Leander Paes.
Murray meanwhile does not have the same collection but has won at Wimbledon before, taking the mixed title with Jelena Jankovic in 2007.
They have yet to drop a set this year but will face their toughest test yet in the final in the form of Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson.
Jamie Murray and Heather Watson were Team GB team-mates at Rio 2016
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The Finn and the Brit are defending champions after Watson secured her first ever Grand Slam title in any format in this very event last year.
Since then, partner Kontinen has gone on to add the ATP Tour finals and Australian Open men’s doubles titles to his record in a formidable partnership with John Peers.
Murray and Hingis will start the final as favourites but there will be at least one set of British hands on the trophy come Sunday evening no matter what, a prospect Watson says she is relishing.
“It’s great that two Brits are in the final but it doesn’t make a difference,” Watson said.
“It’s going to be a great match. I think the atmosphere’s going to be great.
“I hope it’s a full crowd and everybody gets involved. It would be incredible.”