No. 2 Roger Federer will play his 55th Grand Slam quarter-final on Wednesday at Wimbledon.
The Basler crushed Matteo Berrettini (# 17) 6-1 6-2 6-2 to win the 99th success of his huge career on Church Road turf. The eight-time winner of the tournament put only 73 'to take the measure of the Italian, sacred this year on the grass of Stuttgart after winning the 50 service games he had to negotiate. Solid against Lucas Pouille Saturday in the previous round, it is still up a notch in this start of the second week.
Extremely focused from the first point, Roger Federer quickly found his marks for his first clash with the powerful Matteo Berrettini. He was able to sign a first break in his second return game, and quickly realized that the Italian was not at ease in his moves forward.
The Bâlois delivered a perfect first set, making only one direct foul during the 17 'of this initial round. And he never loosened his embrace: he managed six breaks in total in this part (two in each set), and only dropped 11 points on his own commitment!
The frustration of Matteo Berrettini must be enormous. Italy missed the match completely (23 unforced errors, against 5 for his opponent). With only 45% of first service balls in play, he could not hope for a better fate against a Roger Federer as strong and inspired.
An 11th duel with Nishikori
This is the 17th time – a record for him in a major tournament – that Roger Federer (38 on August 8th) reaches the quarterfinal stage at Wimbledon. He will have to defeat the Japanese Kei Nishikori (# 8) Wednesday to climb for the 13th time in the last square of the tournament that is closest to him.
Released by Kevin Anderson last year in the quarterfinals despite a match point in his favor, Roger Federer leads 7-3 in his face-to-face with Kei Nishikori. He won their only duel delivered on grass, five years ago in Halle (6-3 7-6). But it remains a failure against the Nippon, suffered during the last Masters ATP (7-6 6-3).
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