After a 3-hour long Nail-biting match, which was full of excitement and wonders, of the Australian Open Men’s single final, it’s Roger Federer who won his 18th Gram Slam and clinches the title after defeating Rafael Nadal.

In a 5-set game, Swiss tennis ace Roger Federer have beaten Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal by  6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3, at the Rod Laver Tennis Arena, Melbourne.

Roger Federer has won his fifth Australian Open title and 18th major crown in all on Sunday night. Federer extended his lead over Nadal in the all-time major wins list to four with his first

The Swiss, who will rise to No.10 in the world with the victory, earned his first win over Nadal in four meetings at the Australian Open, and won just his third major final over the Spaniard in nine attempts. The win snapped a six-match losing streak to Nadal in Grand Slam play; before Sunday night, Federer’s most recent major win over his great rival came in the Wimbledon final of 2007.

Seeded 17th and playing his first tour tournament after six months out of the game, Federer capped his brilliant comeback from injury with his first grand slam title since Wimbledon in 2012.Federer has become the first man in history to win five or more titles at three different Grand Slam events.

Federer has become the first man in history to win five or more titles at three different Grand Slam events.

It was a moment which brought tears of j0y in the winner’s eyes. After struggling through a bad form, finally the Swiss rock star stunned the world with his classic game yet another time.

No feeling could replace the one which comes after getting this trophy. The winner of the night has made it again. the fifth Aus-Open title for him.

After winning the trophy, Federer didn’t forget to thank his opponent in the game, Rafael Nadal. He asked Rafa to keep on playing as the world tennis needs him.

Prior to this match, Nadal looked extremely dangerous and after his five-set victory over Grigor Dimitrov, all the more. Nadal has already proved that from the baseline he is king, and the missiles that he launches from there will whiz past the stretched racquet of Federer.

While 35-year-old Federer, who had returned to top-level tennis after a six-month injury lay-off, booked a spot in his 28th Grand Slam final with an inspiring victory over the 2014 title holder and fourth seed  Stan Wawrink 7-5, 6-3, 1-6, 4-6, 6-3 here on Thursday.

And the audience including Federer’s Wife Mirka went crazy after Federer won.

And the final celebration with love of his life,