Roger Federer went through to his 35th consecutive Grand Slam quarter-final with a 6-4 7-6 6-2 win against Canadian Milos Raonic. Big serving Raonic didn't stand a chance against the Swiss as he didn't drop a single set in the match.
Next up for the 2nd seed Federer is Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in what promises to be a epic Quarter-Finals clash.
On his clash with Tsonga, Federer said: "He is a good guy with a great game, he is a great shot-maker and a great character for the game."
Earlier in the day, Tsonga the number 7 seed, won against fellow French compatriot Richard Gasquet 6-4 3-6 6-3 6-2. In the process Tsonga managed to hit 37 winners as he simply overpowered the 9th seed.
A big difference maker for Tsonga is his new coach Roger Rasheed, who he believes helped him a lot.
"It's great because he's always positive," Tsonga said. "He wants to win maybe even more than me. He's incredible. I try to be at his level and have exactly the same motivation because I think he can move some mountains because he's very motivated."
In head-to-head matches Federer leads Tsonga by 8-3.