This edition of Wimbledon Championships might end up being the best in years now that all four giants of men's tennis seem to be on the right track. Each one of them might use Wimbledon title as a spoil but Roger Federer's goal has an even more powerful meaning. Should he win another Wimbledon, he will surpass Pete Sampras on the-most-successful-player ever to play at Wimbledon. After having a surreal run during the first part of 2017 including a Grand Slam title, Federer stepped aside for the entire part of the clay court swing only to return even stronger for the grass court session.

A title in Halle ( his 9th overall and 4th this season) put him in the right state of mind for Wimbledon Championships. Without dropping any single set in the previous two rounds, Roger Federer will face Mischa Zverev for a place in the fourth round.

Some memories from the Australian Open

Back in January, while trying to survive a hardcore main draw, Roger Federer had a clash with Mischa Zverev in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open. It should've been Andy Murray on the other side of the net, but he delivered some unexpected outcome the previous round losing to Zverev. To play Zverev so deep in the contest was a gift for Federer who had Nishikori and Berdych in the previous round to deal with.

Several months later, they will meet again this time on a faster surface that could give some extra chances to Zverev's serve and volley trademark style. But Federer remains a versatile tennis who can easily adapt to this vintage approach. Moreover, back in the days, he used to pay a version of serve and volley of his own. If he gets past Zverev, Roger Federer is likely to have another interesting match-up against Grigor Dimitrov.

The Bulgarian tennis star is having one of those little moments of perfection. After reaching the semis at the Australian Open he lost some of the focus but at Wimbledon, he seems to have found the lost charm.

Roger Federer's trajectory is filled up with dangerous players

If he will respect his status and get past Zverev and possibly Dimitrov, Federer will make it to the quarterfinals of Wimbledon where Milos Raonic may emerge.

The Canadian seems to have got past that shocking exit at from Queen's and he is gathering some momentum this week. Cruising past the first two rounds, last year's runner-up and the one who took Federer out in the semis of 2016 edition. Even further, if he gets past Raonic, Federer is on a collision course with Novak Djokovic. Despite struggling lately, the Serb is showing signs of improvements and the presence of Mario Ancic in the coaching box could be a smart move for the Serb. That being said it won't be easy for Federer to complete another Grand Slam bid.