The Swiss will meet in eighth to Grigor Dimitrov after dismounting with his game of attack to Mischa Zverev, who won by 7-6, 6-4 and 6-4.
- Roger Federer is on the right path to the final, in which he seeks an eighth title at Wimbledon. He dismantled the German Mischa Zverev (30th in the world), who gave the face but ended up not being able to start a set: 7-6 (3), 6-4 and 6-4.
- The display of attack play on Basel's grass was almost perfect. He finished with 61 winning strokes for only 7 unforced errors. He risked a lot of risk. He climbed 34 times to the net, and in 25 he finished on point. Thus ended up quoting in the eighth with Grigor Dimitrov, the Bulgarian with a similar cut to the Swiss but who at 26 years and 11 of the world still can not assault the head.
- "I have a very good feeling and I feel energized. I have not suffered much wear and tear because of the first round withdrawal," recalled the Swiss, who warned that Dimitrov will not be a simple rival. "Every time I have played against him, I have noticed that he has improved. Just remember the great game he did against Rafa Nadal in the semifinal of Australia," he warned.