Chris Mascaro
Monday June 16th, 2014

Roger Federer with his massive trophy. (Carmen Jaspersen/Getty Images) Roger Federer with his massive trophy. (Carmen Jaspersen/Getty Images)

Roger Federer won the Gerry Weber Open, a grass-court prelude to Wimbledon that's held in Germany, on Sunday.

His reward? One of the largest trophies anyone has ever seen.

The trophy used to be a lot smaller, but I guess the good folks at the Gerry Weber decided to up the ante.

Federer, unfazed, lifted the trophy over his head like the champ he is, and then he went to the bar where he hosts his television show. Okay, that last part isn't true. But it would be awesome if it was.

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