July 5, 2021 -- London, UK

Roger needed just 3-sets to book his spot in the Wimbledon Quarterfinals today. Facing the always tricky Lorenzo Sonego on Manic Monday , the Swiss Maestro navigated his Round of 16 match (complete with a rain delay) like a seasoned professional and won 7-5, 6-4, 6-2. This win puts Roger into his 18th Quarterfinal in Wimbledon and 58th Career Grand Slam Quarterfinal appearance. At 39 years old, this milestone makes him the oldest quarterfinalist in the Open Era.

“I’m extremely happy. Tricky conditions inside and outside against Lorenzo, always dangerous,” Roger said. “But I felt like after that first set, I was able to control things. It was a great match. I couldn’t be more excited to be in the quarters. It’s a big moment and I’m very, very happy.”

July 3, 2021 -- London, UK

The 8-time Wimbledon Champion took to the court on the middle Saturday against the highest ranked player left in the draw, Cameron Norrie, leaving the winner with entry to week two of play at the All England Lawn Tennis Club.

Despite a slight hiccup in the match, Roger's experience and play earned him the win 6-4, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 in two hours and 35 minutes on Centre Court. And with that victory, Roger earned his 1,250th career match win.

“I’m super relieved as it was a tough battle,” he said in an on-court interview. “I was so close to serving it out in the third set and I thought he played excellent today. I think I kept a high-level of play, but he did well to break me at the end of the third set. Overall, I can be very happy with the way I played.”

He will take on Lorenzo Sonego in the next round.

July 1, 2021 - London, UK 

The 8-time Wimbledon Champion looked to be in good form today in his 2nd round match against Richard Gasquet. Giving fans plenty to cheer about, the Swiss star won the match without any hiccups 7-6 (1), 6-1, 6-4.

"It was a wonderful match for me and I'm really happy with my performance."

Next he will face the highest ranked British player in the draw, Cameron Norrie. 

With today's win, Roger, at 39 years old, has become the oldest man to reach the 3rd round at Wimbledon in 46 years.

June 19, 2021 -- London, UK

The All England Club had a bit of a wet day 2 making the grass a bit on the slippery side as players including, Roger Federer, began their first round matches. Facing a player he has never lost to, Roger took Centre Court against Adrian Mannarino. After winning the first set in routine fashion, he found himself battling down 2 sets to 1 when Mannarino took a bad spill on the grass causing him to retire before they could begin a 5th set. 

Roger collected the first round win 6-4, 6-7 (3), 3-6, 6-2.

"It’s awful," Roger said during his on-court interview. "It shows that one shot can change the outcome of a match, a season, a career. I wish him all the best and I hope he recovers quickly so we see him back on the courts. He could have won the match at the end. Obviously he was the better player, so I definitely got a bit lucky. You don’t get many walkovers throughout a career and you try also not to have it happen to yourself. It’s a reminder how quickly it goes. But of course, I’m obviously happy I can get another chance for another match here. I worked very hard and at the end I enjoyed myself out here today. It was great fun until the end, obviously."

June 16, 2021 -- Halle, Germany 

Roger took his first loss on grass this year in his second round match at the Noventi Open on Wednesday in Halle. Next Gen player, Felix Auger-Aliassime, was ready to battle as he faced the 20-time Grand Slam Champion. The match went 3 sets and pushed the Swiss star as he continues to work on coming back from multiple surgeries which have kept him away from some of the  competition over the past few years. The young Canadian defeated the 5th seed 4-6, 6-3, 6-2.

“It’s a huge challenge for me. Everybody who has been in multiple surgeries or a tough surgery knows what I’m talking about,” Roger said. “Things don’t come simple, they don’t come easy. You second-guess yourself rather quickly unfortunately, and that’s sometimes the biggest worry: the worry of pain or the worry of how you’re going to feel the next day or when you wake up, the first steps, how did they feel? All this stuff, it takes a little bit of a toll on you sometimes.”

Roger will now focus on prepping for Wimbledon.