The Swiss secured his 100th ATP tour title after easing past Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-4 6-4 in the final.
Federer is now edging ever closer to Jimmy Connors’ lofty record of 109 singles tour-level titles.
The 37-year-old is firmly in the twilight of his career and questions over when he will retire continue after every defeat.
But after a disappointing showing at the Australian Open, he look to be getting back to his best.
When is he next playing?
Federer will don his tennis gear again at the BNP Paribas Open played at Indian Wells, California.
The tournament kicks off tomorrow and Federer looks set to feature next weekend.
He gets a bye in the first round so will start the campaign marginally later than some other competitors.
What’s his schedule after that?
Federer will then head over to Florida and compete in the Miami Open.
The prestigious tournament starts on March 19 and will be played at Crandon Park Tennis Centre.
For the first time since 2016, Federer will be trying his luck on clay.
He’ll be in action at the Mutua Madrid Open on May 5.
Federer will then strut his stuff at Roland Garros in Paris.