Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal both hit big milestones at Roland Garros on Wednesday, with Djokovic reaching his 40th career Grand Slam semifinal and Nadal moving into his 35th.

They’re second and third on the men’s all-time list for most career Grand Slam semifinal appearances after, of course, Roger Federer. The Swiss has reached the final four of majors 46 times.

Nadal reached his 35th major semifinal with a 6-3, 4-6, 6-4, 6-0 quarterfinal win over Diego Schwartzman, which was also his 35th win in a row at Roland Garros, a streak that dates back to 2016.

He’s now 105-2 overall at the clay-court major.

“Of course, the numbers are just amazing, no?” he said. “But I can’t think about that now, honestly. Let’s talk about that when I finish my career. Now is a moment to be happy. I won an important match today against a tough opponent. I was able to find a way to play my best tennis in the moment that I really needed, no? Something very important for me. A lot of confidence after that.

“It’s a moment to enjoy today, and try to start preparing for that semifinal in terms of recovery, in terms of practice a little bit tomorrow to confirm the good feelings at the end of the match, so that’s it.”

Djokovic advanced to his 40th major semifinal at night with a 6-3, 6-2, 6-7 (5), 7-5 win over Matteo Berrettini, an impressive feat given two days ago he went five sets with inspired Italian teenager Lorenzo Musetti—the Serb is now 20-7 in matches at majors following a five-set victory.