It seems like Roger Federer is eager to win his record-breaking 8th title at Wimbledon as he has no intention of slowing down. Not to mention the fact that the Swiss maestro is the only player who hasn't dropped a set in all four matches he played despite him being the oldest player left in the draw. However, age is just a number and Roger Federer this season Wimbledon included is a living proof of that saying.

After giving Grigor Dimitrov no chances at all to even think about winning the match, Roger Federer will face Milos Raonic next as he progresses in his record-breaking 50th Grand Slam quarter-finals, 15th at Wimbledon.

With the numbers like this, it seems like Roger Federer breaks a new record with every time he wins a new match. It comes as no surprise given the fact that he is without a doubt the greatest player ever to step on the tennis courts.

Roger Federer beats Dimitrov in straight sets

Mighty Federer beat the young Bulgarian hope Grigor Dimitrov 6-4, 6-2. 6-4 in the Wimbledon 2017 fourth round, continuing the quest to his 8th Wimbledon title. Swiss maestro dominated the battle of two beautiful one-handed backhands every step of the way. One break in the ninth game was enough for Roger to take the first set in just 34 minutes. The second set continued similarly as he was able to continue his dominance over Dimitrov. The young Bulgarian saved two set points, but the third one brought Federer the second set.

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The third set was the most interesting one as Grigor was able to re-break Roger. Sadly for him, Federer retook the upper hand and finished him off in a dominant fashion, moving into the quarter-finals where he will face Milos Raonic.

Roger Federer faces Milos Raonic next

When the draw for Wimbledon 2017 first came out, many tennis experts and fans have predicted the quarter-finals to be between Roger Federer and Milos Raonic. First four rounds were relatively easy for Roger as he beat Dolgopolov, Lajovic, Mischa Zverev and Grigor Dimitrov in straight sets, but we can't say the same for Raonic's part of the draw. A 26-year old Canadian was facing some tough challenges in forms of Jan-Lennard Struff, Mikhail Youzhny, Albert Ramos Vinolas. However, it was yesterday against Alexander Zverev that he was on the verge of losing the match. Luckily for Milos, he was still able to prevail in a close five-setter.

Now, Federer will have a chance to avenge last year's loss to Raonic, when the Canadian beat him in a spectacular five-set match. That year, Raonic was able to make it into his first Grand Slam final, but this year the stakes are even higher given the fact that Roger Federer is again playing his best tennis.