Federer, a seven-time champion at the event, is ranked at No 4 for this year's tournament.
He was also proud to see his name on the honours board and will be looking to add to his tally on his preferred grass surface.
He shares the record of most singles titles won at Wimbledon with American legend Pete Sampras and England's William Renshaw.
Federer, 32, successfully defended his Halle grass-court title in Germany last week so will be confident ahead of his favourite event, which starts on Monday.
Britain's Andy Murray, the third seed, is the defending champion after beating top-seed Novak Djokovic of Serbia in last year's final.
This is my locker during @Wimbledon - Roger Federer
The Tradition and history of @Wimbledon is truly special - Roger Federer