With every single day that passes by it seems that Roger Federer is growing younger, not older. He will turn 36 next month, but there is not a single sign that the aging process impacts his general mood. Trying to regain his mojo after few months outside the tennis court, he aimed Wimbledon as the proper leverage to do so. So far, so good as he is in another Wimbledon semifinal and he is yet to drop a single set. Earlier today, last year's runner-up Milos Raonic took on Federer in a rematch of last edition's semifinal. This time the 26-year-old Canadian wasn't able to produce something special.

Roger Federer orchestrated a high-quality match of tennis

Few grains of revenge were definitely out there in the field as Roger Federer bumped into the same guy that ended his run last year in Wimbledon semifinals. This time, the Swiss clocked his tennis perfectly. The opening set needed one of break of serve to decide its winner. It was Federer who took advantage of a poor delivery from Milos Raonic in the fifth game of the inaugural set. Without having any trouble on his own serve, Federer cruised to a one-set lead in a bit over half an hour. The second act was more drastic in terms of delivery and scoreboard as the former world no. 1 broke twice on Raonic's serve. In the end, it was -2 for the Swiss who got a comfortable seat up front.

As in the opening set, Federer, seven times champion at Wimbledon in the past, got nothing to worry about on his own serve. Things work perfectly for him even when he was forced to play with the second serve. Milos Raonic seemed to possess no answer at all. The first two sets barely crossed the one-hour time limit. That sense of urgency is a trademark of how Federer handles things while in control of an encounter.

The third set was a completely different story with Federer starting to have some unforced errors and few double faults. The eight game of the act saw Federer saving four break points. It all went down to a tie-break where having a slow start, he bounced back to end the match with a minimum of sets.

As Djokovic withdraws, Federer will face Tomas Berdych next

The last episode of the quarterfinals opposed Djokovic and Berdych. After losing the opening set in a tie-break, the Serb went on withdrawing from the match after only two games played in the second set. That will put Roger Federer against Tomas Berdych to fight for a place in the last act of men's singles contest. With none of the Big Four members among the survivors except for himself, Federer can weight his chances to another Wimbledon. The path seems clear, the orchestra ready to play, and the crowd to cheer.