The wizard of Wimbledon partied until five in the morning after raising the men's singles trophy for a record eighth time at The All England Club.
Federer is an old hand at the event now, standing alone as the man with the most SW19 titles and no one is more used to be centre of attention at the post-tournament bash than the Swiss.
Federer has now hinted that he would miss the Montreal Masters and feature only in Cincinnati ahead of the fourth major of the season, the US Open, where he has not clinched victory since 2008.
Twelve months ago, Federer was defeated in five sets in the semi-finals by Milos Raonic and promptly shut down his season to rest a knee injury. "But for him, (winning majors is) more important". Last year Andy Murray decided against dancing with Serena Williams but in 2015 Novak Djokovic and Williams brought back the dance when they hit the floor to Night Fever by the Bee Gees.
Behind Roger Federer's artistry and charm lies a ruthless streak of razor-edged steel which surfaced again on Sunday as he thrashed suffering Marin Cilic 6-3 6-1 6-4 to secure a historic eighth men's Wimbledon singles title. Most of all, I admire the fact that Federer has remained free of controversy throughout his career.
"My head's ringing", he said.
He said: 'I guess it's again disbelief that I can achieve such heights and I wasn't sure I would ever be here again in another final.
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Including the likes of countryman Stan Wawrinka and Cilic in the mix, Federer said the variety of playing styles among the game's elite meant it was hard for young players to reach finals and win titles.
"I hope that I'm back, but there's never a guarantee, especially not at 35", he told reporters.
"Once you step on the court, you see the crowd, you see the final, you see I'm here playing another Wimbledon final", said Muguruza. They were with me constantly and did as much as they could."I still felt the pain".
"The physios here helped me over the last 30 hours". I grew up watching her play - sorry.
"So I totally see myself playing here this time next year". Played my best tennis here and I want to thank my team for being an incredible strength.
Roger Federer has been to plenty of Wimbledon Champions' Dinners, the traditional dinner at the end of the grass court Grand Slam which all the winners and esteemed guests attend. It wasn't so bad after the match, " Cilic said. There was a 14-year age difference between the two finalists, as the 23-year-old Muguruza took on the 37-year-old Venus.