Roger Federer cruises past Dusan Lajovic and into third round at Wimbledon with straight-sets win ROGER FEDERER remained on course for an eighth Wimbledon title as he eased into the third round. The Swiss great barely broke a sweat against Serbian Dusan Lajovic on Centre Court on Thursday. Roger Federer eased past Dusan Lajovic and into the third round. Seven-time winner Roger Federer had little trouble on Centre Court on Thursday. The 35-year-old cruised to a 7-6, 6-3, 6-2 victory in the second round. The Swiss dropped his opening service game but battled back before outclassing his opponent 7-0 in the tiebreak. With dark clouds looming overhead Federer looked in a hurry to get the job done and broke early in the second set to assume complete control. The third set was one-way traffic and Federer sealed victory with his ninth ace of the match. I couldnt get rid of the nerves early on and struggled to find my rhythm, Federer said. I got back in and broke him back but struggled throughout the first set. In the end it was very good. Roger Federer was a straight sets winner on his way into the third round. Roger Federer will be in third round action on Saturday against Mischa Zverev. Federer will play German Mischa Zverev on Saturday for a place in the last 16 and the second week. He has lost just two matches this year and last won the title at SW19 in 2012 beating Andy Murray in the final. The Swiss master is searching for an eighth title at Wimbledon. The Roger Federer fan club were out in force on Centre Court once again. The 35-year-old was on court for 90 minutes in his second round clash. Wimbledon 2017 tennis highlights: Watch the best action from day 4 inc.