Roger Federer danced his way till dawn after his stunning Australian Open triumph – and then targeted another celebration at Wimbledon this summer.
The Swiss superstar lived up to his promise to party like a rock star following his five-year wait for his 18th Grand Slam.
Remarkable Roger Federer won his 18th Grand Slam title by beating Rafa Nadal in a battle royal at the Australian Open.
In front of an adoring crown Down Under, the 35-year-old Swiss superstar became the second oldest man to win a Major title by beating his old nemesis 6-4 3-6 6-1 3-6 6-3 in three hours and 38 minutes.
It was a rollercoaster match featuring 10 breaks of serve – and an epic final set where Federer blazed back from 0-2 to win six of the last seven games.
Federer dug deep in the final set to outlast the 30-year-old who had caused him so much heartache in Major finals.
Andy Murray went clubbing after his second Wimbledon triumph last summer.
And Federer, now 35 with four children, said: “We did party like rock stars. We started late, or super early in the morning, we made it home by sunrise, which was good, it was nice to see the sun rise over Melbourne, get into the room, so it was a long night but a lot of fun
“Everyone was in such a good mood, it was a special day, special couple of weeks and finished off in a great way, being silly and having a lot of fun.