Federer made Wimbledon history when he won his eighth Wimbledon title this afternoon.
He dispatched Marin Cilic 6-4 6-1 6-4 to ensure he lifted his 19th Grand Slam crown.
Federer has insisted he will keep playing on as long as he's fit and healthy.
And Becker thinks Federer, who is now 35, will call it quits on his other half's say so.
Roger Federer joked he should take another long break from tennis
Boris Becker believes Roger Federer's retirement plans will depend on Mirka
He said: "As soon as Mirka gets tired of travelling, he will stop.
"That's how close his team is. They're all in this together.
"I think tennis still needs him for a couple more years.
"It needs a healthy Roger Federer for the good of the game. It's very important.
Wimbledon winners through the years Sun, July 16, 2017
Express Sport takes a look back at all those players who have won at WImbledon over the years.
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2017 – Garbine Muguruza
Federer cried on court when he laid eyes on his wife Mirka and children Lenny, Myla, Charlene and Leo after sealing the win.
He then vowed to play on and return next year to defend his title.
“It’s a dream to play here,” Federer said. "I hope it was not my last match here.
“I hope to come back next year and defend the title.”