Roger Federer is through to the Wimbledon quarter-finals for a record-equalling 14th time after crushing Steve Johnson in straight sets.
The seven-time champion blitzed the American 6-2, 6-3, 7-5 with next to no fuss, baring a break of serve in the third set.
In progressing, the 34-year-old has tied Jimmy Connors’s mark for reaching the last eight and, simultaneously levelled Martina Navratilova’s record of 306 Slam wins.
Federer, seeded third, is yet to drop a set in this year’s Championship and next faces Marin Cilic, the ninth seed.
With Novak Djokovic already out, the winner of 17 Grand Slams remains on a collision course with Andy Murray, who he could meet in the final.
Federer said: ‘I didn’t think it was as easy as it looked. Steve has picked up some confidence on grass but I think I mixed it up well today.
‘I would never have thought I’d win the first four matches in straight sets.
‘Every second day you get a day off here and for professional athletes that’s huge. You can lose the tournament in the first week but not win it.
‘Cilic is up next. He brushed me off the court at the US Open like I wasn’t there so it will be a tough match.’