Roger Federer just won't get old, will he? Year after year he has been able to spend time on tour and give us some amazing matches and tournament. People flock to see his graceful and effortless movement, his beautiful single-handed backhand, and aggressive game, which not only look good on television and in real life but also win him many matches. Only recently he won Wimbledon, and earlier this year he managed to win the Australian Open. It is rare to see such great results from a player who has recently turned 36, an age when most tennis professionals are already retired, or seriously considering retirement [VIDEO].

Roger Federer celebrates birthday with a win

According to ATP news, Roger Federer received quite a lot of cakes on his 36th birthday [VIDEO], five to be exact, and Federer himself said that the cakes were 'pretty big' and that he would have to eat them all within the week, lest they go bad and are wasted.

Seems like Roger plans on straying from his sportsperson diet for the week, and will instead be feasting on some desserts. Roger would reaffirm this fact by saying that it is good that he is 'doing some sport this week'.

After receiving the cake, Roger would head to a Coldplay concert. Not only is Roger's tennis pretty good, but his taste in music isn't bad either. With his team, Roger would enjoy the concert and even receive a special shout out from Coldplay's singer, Chris Martin.

Of course, all this fun happened in the evening. During the day, however, Roger was hard at work on the court's of the Rogers Cup, where he easily put away wild card entry Peter Polansky in straight sets, 6-2, 6-1.

Federer lost only three points on serve in his second round match

Even though Roger is now a year older, time doesn't seem to be catching up with him or his game.

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In his second round match at the Rogers Cup, Federer managed to win the first set in just 22 minutes. He would then go on to win 7 games in a row after being 4-2 up in the first.

Polansky was run ragged by Roger and it is not surprising that Polansky lost, but what is surprising is the level at which Roger played and the way he was able to dominate the match, which could be a strong indicator that Roger is more than ready to play some amazing tennis at the US Open which begins in a few weeks.

There was also some of the Roger Federer 'awe' factor in play, which could have prevented Polansky from playing his best. After the match, Polansky would collect the balls and keep them in his bag as a souvenir. Seems like Roger started off his birthday with a bang.