WATCH: Federer made a trip to Tokyo as part of his farewell tour earlier this fall.


Does it count as a glow-up if you were already glowing?

Roger Federer has been living his best life since officially hanging up his racquets at Laver Cup in September, traveling the globe for a mix of celebrations and good-time outings—like his weekend trip to Brooklyn for a Nets basketball game against the Boston Celtics.

Federer attended the Barclays Center with longtime agent Tony Godsick, now the president and CEO of their TEAM8 management company. Though the Nets took a 103-92 defeat, the 20-time Grand Slam champion was his own attraction for fans in the stadium Sunday night as a montage played in tribute on the jumbotron.

Before landing in New York, Federer stopped over in Geneva to visit Rolex HQ and an exhibit celebrating his illustrious career.

Federer first signed with Rolex in 2006 and is currently estimated to be making $8 million dollars a year thanks to his partnership with the luxury watch brand.


“Thank you to the entire @rolex family for the most incredible welcome and celebration of my tennis career,” Federer wrote on Instagram, getting positive comments from current world No. 1 Iga Swiatek and good friend and Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn.

Where might the Swiss Maestro pop up next? With the grueling tennis calendar no longer a factor, the world is entirely his oyster.