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Video: Roger Federer Reveals Just How Drunk He Got After Wimbledon Victory

Video: Roger Federer Reveals Just How Drunk He Got After Wimbledon Victory

Roger Federer lifted his eighth Wimbledon title on Sunday after securing a straight sets victory over Marin Cilic.

And the 35-year-old has confirmed his head was “ringing” this morning, after drinking “too many different types of drinks”.

Yes, while you’d expect the Swiss to have mellowed with age and his post-victory celebrations to have followed suit, it appears Federer is still keen to paint the town red after getting his hands on silverware.

In fact, the world number three admitted that he was out with 30/40 friends until 5am, before waking up this morning and having no idea what exactly had happened:

 

 

Federer ended a five-year wait to win another Wimbledon title on Sunday and has since said he always “believed” he would win the historic tournament again, taking his 19th Grand Slam title in the process.

It’s definitely refreshing to see an athlete as successful as Federer admit to hitting it so hard during a night out.

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