Roger Federer insists that he is not getting carried away after making it through to the Wimbledon quarter-finals.
Roger Federer has insisted that he is not getting carried away after reaching the Wimbledon quarter-finals.
The seven-time champion booked his place in the last eight on Tuesday with a straight-sets win over Spain's Tommy Robredo.
"I feel my game is there and I want to keep it up with no hiccups," the 32-year-old Swiss told BBC Sport.
"It's about being focused and staying healthy. You are only in the quarter-finals and that is when the tournament really starts."
Federer's reward for beating Robredo is a quarter-final showdown with fellow countryman Stanislas Wawrinka.
Result: Federer through in three >