Roger Federer's return to Roland Garros has gotten off to a festive start. The Swiss attended a party for Moët Chandon alongside the likes of Kate Moss, Uma Thurman and Natalie Portman.

The event was fittingly held in Champagne, about 90 miles from Paris, and was held to celebrate 150 years of Moët Imperial and the unveiling of the Chateau de Saran, the home of the Moët family.

Bottles of 2009 Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage were drank to commemorate Federer's wedding year to Mirka, though it's also the year he won his sole title at Roland Garros.

“When you win, you fill the trophies with champagne and it smashes in your face,” Federer told Vogue. “But tennis is not much of a spraying champagne sport, and maybe we have to change that."

Federer's surely hoping to have more champagne to drink at the end of the fortnight. He plays his first match at Roland Garros since 2015 against Lorenzo Sonego.