ROGER FEDERER has breezed through his first three matches at Wimbledon, but who can he face should he make it through to the final?
Roger Federer lost his first set of the tournament to Lloyd Harris before dropping just five more games in the rest of that match.
He then dispatched Brit Jay Clarke in the second round before waltzing past Lucas Pouille.
Federer will next be in action on ‘Manic Monday’ with all fourth-round matches scheduled to be played on the day.
The Swiss star will meet Matteo Berrettini as he hunts for a remarkable ninth Wimbledon title.
After the win over Pouille, which was a record-breaking 350th victory at a Grand Slam, Federer said: “It is nice but it is medium otherwise.
“I know back in the amateur times they were not playing all the slams because it was too far to travel to some places.
“Then the generation before me didn’t play all the slams.
R 20;I think especially in the last 20 years everybody started to play all the slams. Of course, it is a nice number to achieve. I’ve enjoyed my time at the slams.
“They’ve given me the most memorable, special moments on a tennis court so of course, it has been nice winning that much.”
Roger Federer projected route to Wimbledon final
Should Federer beat Berrettini, he is likely to face Kei Nishikori in the last eight.
A semi-final clash with Rafael Nadal is then likely before a final showdown with Novak Djokovic.
Fourth round: Matteo Berrettini
Quarter-finals: Kei Nishikori
Semi-finals: Rafael Nadal
Final: Novak Djokovic
All-time men’s Grand Slam singles match wins
1. Roger Federer – 350
2. Novak Djokovic – 272
3. Rafael Nadal – 262
4. Jimmy Connors – 233
5. Andre Agassi – 224
6. Ivan Lendl – 222
7. Roy Emerson – 209
8. Pete Sampras – 203
9. Andy Murray – 189
10. Stefan Edberg – 178