Roger Federer is now the undisputed king of Wimbledon, capturing his record 8th title at the All England Lawn Tennis Club.

The tennis legend may have had eighteen Grand Slam titles to his name before winning on Sunday, but it was Federer's nineteenth that seemed to mean the most. Following his straight set victory over Marin Cilic in the final, Federer was overcome with emotion, holding back tears as he sat in his courtside chair, looking at his wife and kids, soaking it all in.

Federer didn't cry after winning the Championship point, but clearly it became too difficult to hold back his tears of joy after getting to see his family right there by his side for his record breaking win. Just like their dad, Federer's kids seem to have effortless style.

Considering the fact that Federer has two sets of twins, we may very well be seeing that name at Wimbledon on centre court in the not so distant future. Federer wasn't the only one getting emotional following his win, as plenty of athletes from around the world of sports took to congratulating the tennis legend on his incredible achievement.

How many more Grand Slams do you think Roger will win before the end of his career?