Roger Federer Turns Coach, Shows Off Trophy at Laver Cup 2018, Watch Videos of His Animated Victory Celebration
Roger Federer Celebrating Team Europe's victory at Laver Cup 2018 in style | (Photo Credits: Instagram@RogerFederer)

Roger Federer, who is known for his composed and reserved demeanour on the tennis court, was at his animated best at the recently concluded Laver Cup 2018 which was held in Chicago from September 21-23. The Laver Cup showed a side of Federer which is rarely seen on the court or even off the court. Federer not only exchanged banter but was also seen coaching Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev. Later, the Swiss great was seen celebrating Team Europe's win over Team World by getting down on the court. Laver Cup 2018: Team Europe Clinch Title With 13–8 Victory Against Team World.

First, watch the video of Roger Federer turning coach for fellow team-player Novak Djokovic innone of the matches. The video is worth gold for Tennis fans.

Watch the video of Federer 'coaching' Djokovic and encouraging the Serb, telling him he can:

In another incident, when Federer was talking about getting hit accidently by Novak Djokovic during a match, he said that the inadvertant incident would make headlines in news as "Novak Tried to Injure Roger" and went on to say that the incident might have happened because may be his "bum is too big." Don't believe us, watch the video below:

Federer has won 20 Singles Grand Slam titles, but rarely has one seen him boasting with the trophy. A typical Federer celebration includes some jumping, tears and lot of kissing (the cup). But this was a different moment, with Federer leading the European army to victory in the Laver Cup 2018. Watch the video below:

Have you ever seen Federer doing that? “I’m not sure i wanted it to be THAT exciting!” said the legend himself as he celebrated in dramatic fashion. Watch the video in the tweet below:

Coming to the result of Laver Cup 2018, team Europe clinched the 2018 Laver Cup by defeating Team World by the score of 13-8 at United Center, Chicago. Going into the Sunday's matches, Team Europe, consisting the likes of 2018 Wimbledon and US Open Champion Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, led their opponents by 7-5 and required two victories to clinch the title. But for Federer fans, the icing on the cake has to be Federer unleashed thanks to the Laver Cup 2018.