Roger Federer already planning Wimbledon return after record eighth title

• ‘To mark history here really means a lot to me,’ says 35-year-old
• Champion credits claycourt break for winning the title again

Roger Federer is already planning his return to Wimbledon next year after cruising to a record-breaking eighth title with a straight-sets victory against a distressed Marin Cilic.

Federer scaled a number of new heights, becoming the oldest male Wimbledon champion in the Open era at 35 and the first player to win the title without dropping a set since Bjorn Borg in 1976.

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