Roger Federer: 'I have to trust my game against Milos Raonic'

Roger Federer believes that he has to focus on his own game before he can challenge the tactics of Milos Raonic in their semi-final clash at Wimbledon.

Roger Federer has admitted that he has to trust in his own game to defeat Milos Raonic to reach the Wimbledon final.

The 32-year-old can record a historic eighth-title win if he wins his next two matches at the All England Club, but knows that he will face a tough task to beat the big-serving Canadian.

Federer told reporters: "Clearly on the grass with a serve like that it's never going to be an easy match.

"That's where you sort of go back to your own game and say: 'I'll take care of my own serves and see what I can do on the return.' That's my mindset right now."

Federer faces Raonic in their semi-final clash on Centre Court later today.

Milos Raonic of Canada celebrates after winning his Gentlemen's Singles quarter-final match against Nick Kyrgios on July 2, 2014
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