Switzerland's Roger Federer speaks next to the Men's Single's tennis trophy he won on Sunday during a photo call at The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Wimbledon, England, Monday July 17, 2017. (Adam Davy/PA via AP)
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Croaky and hungover, Roger Federer could barely recall where he had been as he celebrated until dawn.He started to feel better as he thought back to his straight sets dismissal of Marin Cilic, along with the realization that a few weeks short of his 36th birthday, having had six months out of the game to recover his fitness, he was still able to produce tennis of a quality nobody else in the game can match.Asked if he was now targeting a 20th slam, or perhaps 10 Wimbledon titles, Federer said he had learned from his six months out not to look too far ahead.Federer, Nadal, Murray and Djokovic have between them taken all the men's singles titles at Wimbledon since 2003 .
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