Anderson was defeated by Rafael Nadal – who could be his opponent in the All England Club showpiece after the Spaniard's match against Novak Djokovic was heavily delayed and carried over to Sunday – in the 2017 US Open final and is keen to go one better at the second time of asking.
"Obviously, it's not going to be easy. I'd like to have been done a little bit earlier in terms of my recovery, playing against two of the greatest players of all time," said Anderson.
"All I can do is control what I can control, do my best at getting as recovered as possible.
"Starting this week off, I came in here with a goal of firstly beating my best result, but at the same time putting myself in this position.
"At the US Open I was in the final. Maybe I felt sort of my crowning achievement was actually getting to the final. I'm definitely hungry to go one step further.
"I'm going to obviously have to pay a lot of attention to my recovery to try and give myself the best shot possible."