CASUAL Roger Federer had an easy evening on the last Manic Monday thanks to a Sunday stroll.
The eight-time singles champion reached a record-extending 18th quarter-final with his 105th Wimbledon win.
This time Italian Lorenzo Sonego was put to the sword 7-5 6-4 6-2 on Centre Court.
Federer will have a day off on Tuesday while his last-eight opponent Hubert Hurkacz of Poland and Daniil Medvedev resume their rain-affected clash in the fourth set with the Russian leading 2-1.
Next year there will be no official Middle Sunday off for the first time in the history of a tournament that started in 1877.
This means more matches will be spread out and the traditional second Monday will disappear.
Federer, 39, said: “We went for a walk with the team and just enjoyed the Sunday.
“That day off was always there for the grass to take a rest and for the players to have nothing to do.
“There are lots of traditions at this club and this tournament and for all the players over the last 100 years.
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