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Roger Federer takes on Tommy Robredo in the fourth round of the 2014 Wimbledon Championships on Court No.1 in the All England Club, London, on Tuesday.

Where to Watch Live

The play is set to begin at 1pm BST. Live coverage is on BBC One or BBC Two. Live scores, regular updates, radio commentary and the live streaming link will be available on Wimbledon's official website.


Federer looked his fluent best during his defeat of third round opponent Santiago Giraldo 6-3, 6-1, 6-3. The Swiss master will be seeking revenge when he faces his fourth round opponent Tommy Robredo, after losing to him in straight sets in their last meeting, which was at the US Open in 2013.

The World number four will overtake Jimmy Connors in the list for maximum number of quarter-final appearances in grand slam tournaments in the open era (42).

Meanwhile, Robredo is making it to the round of 16 for the first time in his 13<sup>th appearance at the All England Club. The Spaniard who beat Federer in their last meeting will be hoping for another win to complete 100grand slam matches won.

The world number 22 will complete a set of grand slam meetings when he faces the Swiss ace, after having met in all the other three grand slams over the last seven years.

Federer, who is the clear favourite going into the match, will face a potential quarter-final match against compatriot Stanislas Wawrinka if they get past their respective fourth round opponents.


Federer has a 10-1 lead over Robredo in the overall meetings. The pair has met in five grand slam events, with Federer winning on four occasions and Robredo winning one. The Swiss holds a 4-1 lead over the Spaniard in the last five meetings between the pair.

What They Say

Roger Federer:"I'm physically in pretty good shape right now, a few niggling things always going on right now but nothing really that worries me at this point. I've just got to keep playing aggressive and serving well. I think that's what you've got to do on this service. If I can keep the points short, great, otherwise, battle it out from the baseline."