Roger Federer's most recent Facebook post remains his January 31st post from ROLEX, one of his sponsors. The video, which has been seen by over 5 million people according to the stats at the webpage, shows numerous highlights from the Swiss Maestro's career. The video ends with the caption "Congratulations Roger Federer, on making history again."

Matches used to make the video

The matches that are used in the video look to be the following ones. Early in the video, when Federer is playing on clay and wearing a blue shirt, that appears to be his 2009 win at the French Open over Robin Soderling.

That remains the Swiss Maestro's only title at the Paris Grand Slam.

When Federer kneels to the ground with a white bandana on grass, that looks like his 2003 win over Mark Philippoussis in the Wimbledon final -- the first Grand Slam title of Federer's distinguished career. When Federer is wearing a red shirt on the hard courts of Flushing Meadows, that looks like his 2008 US Open final victory over Andy Murray. When Federer is shown covering his face on grass, that looks like his 2012 Wimbledon championship victory over Murray as well.

There are two sets of shots made at the Australian Open in Melbourne Park, including one where he raises his arm in the air at the baseline. That looks like his 2010 Australian Open championship reaction to victory over Murray.

Lastly, the final tennis scene is his most recent title at the Australian Open over Rafael Nadal, the victory that Federer just earned and the one that spawned the making of the video.

What's next for Federer?

The Swiss Maestro skipped Davis Cup play over the weekend, a move that was not surprising given that he just completed such an exhausting tournament.

If there are no changes to his schedule then Federer can be expected to compete at the Dubai Duty-Free championships, a tournament that will start later this month. Following that event, Federer is expected at the 2017 Indian Wells Masters and the 2017 Miami Masters, two tournaments that are a part of the 1000 series on tour.