Roger Federer suited up with for the Wimbledon Champions Ball for a record eighth time and took his newly-won trophy to Guildhall to celebrate.
The new Wimbledon men's singles champion arrived at the Guidhall in central London looking dapper alongside wife Mirka and beaming as he made his way into the venue.
Federer is an old hand at the event now, now standing alone as the man with the most SW19 titles no one is more used to be centre of attention at the post-tournament bash more than the Swiss.
Garbine Muguruza turned heads in an elegant white dress while Roger Federer arrived in a black suit hours after his win
Men's singles champion Federer arrived in a black suit along with his wife Mirka, who donned a floral white dress
Muguruza turned heads in an elegant white dress as she attended the Wimbledon Champions Dinner at Guildhall, in London
The 35-year-old Federer needed just one hour and 41 minutes to overpower his Croatian opponent before he attended the ball
The same cannot be said of Garbine Muguruza, but the new women's champion - a runner-up at the All England Club two years ago - seemed to be relishing the limelight as she arrived at the swanky ball.
Muguruza was rooting for Federer on Sunday because the Spaniard wants to dance with the Swiss 35-year-old at the champions' dinner.
After securing her first SW19 title with a ruthless 7-5, 6-0 win over Venus Williams, Muguruza wanted find out if Federer is as classy off court as he is on it.
Muguruza takes home £2.2million for her win on Saturday and was asked afterwards who she would rather dance with. She smiled and said: 'Oh, come on… Roger! I