The Wimbledon men's draw's top seed, Roger Federer, had another tough match Wednesday in his second round match against qualifier Ilija Bozoljac. Federer won in four sets with a score of 6-3, 6-7, 6-4, 7-6 (5).
Federer, who battled back from two sets down in his first round match, had trouble finishing against the Serbian, converting only three of his 13 break point chances. Bozoljac didn't have a break on the day. Federer won the last set in tiebreak fashion by taking the final three points of the match after being down 5-4 in the tiebreaker. Bozoljac, ranked No. 152 in the world, is the fourth-ranked Serbian man.
Federer is seeking his seventh Wimbledon title. A win in this year's tournament would tie the record currently held by Pete Sampras.