Switzerland have defeated Germany in the final of the Hopman Cup at the Perth Arena to clinch their third title.
Federer weathered an initial storm from the Gen Next star Alexander Zverev to eventually come out victorious. And he showed he's not only still a master of tennis, but of the humblebrag.
Roger Federer helped Switzerland to their third Hopman Cup title on Saturday, 17 years on from winning the trophy for the first time alongside Martina Hingis.
"I think I'm playing very well, otherwise I wouldn't be having the results that I'm having".
The crowd laughed as he said 'be nice to me, let the new guys have a chance on court.
"I work in the morning, I'm off in the afternoon or I do it the other way around".
"I couldn't wish for a better partner".
Vintage Federer, and it's part of why we love him so much.
Ranked 209 after being struck down by shoulder and groin injuries over the past two years, Kokkinakis continues his Australian Open preparations in Adelaide.
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The 36-year-old was in a spot of bother after dropping the first set in 56 minutes.
While many of his rivals have been plagued by injuries ahead of the Australian Open, the evergreen Federer has been able to enjoy a relaxed build-up to the year's first grand slam.
Three-time major victor Andy Murray (hip) and Kei Nishikori (wrist) have already pulled out.
The 19-times grand slam victor, who will be defending his title at Melbourne Park next month, was happy with the way he coped with the demands of the game.
"I knew a performance like this wasn't far away", Kokkinakis said.
"Now I just have to pace myself all the way up to the tournament in Melbourne, and I'll be ready".
"I was young, up and coming and didn't have any idea that my career would go so well", Federer, now second in the men's world rankings, said. I take it the right way.
After his victory, the world number two said: "I couldn't be happier, I thought I played great throughout".
"I'm really feeling good here. And I feel like I am ready".