Roger Federer vs. Milos Raonic, Wimbledon 2016 semifinal

Last Updated: July 8, 2016
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Roger Federer, 34-year-old tennis veteran, and Milos Raonic, 25-years-old, will play today in the first Wimbledon 2016 semifinal. Federer is the third seed in this tournament, he enters semifinal Friday with 17 Grand Slam titles, what is the record in the male tennis.

Roger Federer will show his class of the tennis today in the Central court of Wimbledon. his opponent is young and strong Milos Raonic (25-years-old Canadian). While Federer has seven titles at Wimbledon, Raonic is still searching for his first Grand Slam singles title. According to the experts, Raonic has nothing to loose, that’s why his play against Federer must be bright and inspired.

However, Roger Federer can add another victory, which automatically makes him the winningest player in the history of male tennis. Tonight’s victory on the Central court can give Federer an advantage and break Pete Sampras’ record. By the way, Wimbledon court was successful for Roger last time in 2012.

Federer and Raonic will play the first semifinal match; the second semifinal–Andy Murray vs. Tomas Berdych, will be on the same Central court immediately afterward.

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