Roger Federer, the titan who seems to have found that mortal life intriguing is not going anywhere despite his age. He will turn 36 in a few weeks time but that won't prevent him from playing some of his finest tennis, especially at his beloved Wimbledon Championships, the oldest tennis tournament in the world and the place where the forging process of his legend took place.

Aiming his 8th Wimbledon title, Roger Federer got himself a harsh draw having to deal with strong opponents starting with the early stages. Yesterday, the fourth round saw Federer breezing past Grigor Dimitrov in what was three sets of high-intensity tennis.

The Swiss player is set to ask Milos Raonic the next question in what might be the perfect revenge party.

Federer outclassed Dimitrov

It's common knowledge that a grass-court encounter will last less than any other match. It's the speed of the surface that injects a sense of urgency in players' bloodstream. Federer saw himself facing the first big test of this Wimbledon as the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov stepped on the other side of the court. Entering the match, Federer had a 5-0 lead in head to head stats. The opening set saw both players doing great on their own service game.

At 4-4, when he needed the most, the Bulgarian had some flaws popping up in his game. It was the key moment of the set and from where on the course of the match changed.

Federer broke and then served out the opening act. The second part was all about Federer. In less than half and hour, the Swiss wrapped up the set in his favor. Unable to be decisive when the tension was higher, Dimitrov headed toward an inevitable end. In the end, it was Federer who advanced in another Wimbledon quarterfinal after winning the match by 4-6 2-6 4-6.

Milos Raonic will test Federer next

The Canadian is having a late surge on the ATP Tour. After a disappointing few months when he had to deal with bad shape and injuries, he seems ready to compete at his best. He got past the young tennis star Alexander Zverev in five sets booking a slot in the quarterfinals. He will face Roger Federer in what is going to be a rematch of last year's semis.

Twelve months ago, the Canadian stunned the audience by edging Federer at the end of 5 sets.

Moreover, he had to come back from being 2-1 down to win that match. But, a lot has changed with Federer finding young once he got past the 35-years-of-age milestone. A thrilling encounter that will produce one of the four semifinalists of this Wimbledon. Overall, the head to head has Federer in front leading by 9-3.