'Roger Federer was always interested in other people', says expert

“Roger Federer has always been interested in other people,” says the expert

A flawless couple: Roger Federer and Miroslava Mirka Vavrinec met at the Sydney 2000 Olympics when Roger was not yet famous, while she is already a tennis player with a good career. Their love and Mirka’s presence are hidden behind Roger Federer’s successes.

Mirka stabilized the private life of the Swiss teacher, gave him emotional composure and built a beautiful family with their four children. In the past, Roger himself revealed the importance of Mirka for his life and career: “I didn’t have any particular desire, I just wanted to spend time with myself.

Mirka has always been an amazing wife, she matters to a man and obviously my case is no different. She’s been talked about a lot in my career and she’s done a great job. She has come to all my training sessions and all my games for years.

She was very important in my life, not just in tennis but in general. She has always thought about my interests and what is best for me and she has never let go of titles yet.

She is a strong and intelligent woman who has had a huge influence on me both on and off the track. She trusted me and taught me to always do my best. Also, she was close to me after every loss. She never allowed my professional activity as a player to interfere with our everyday life.

Mirka kept our friends and family together and taught me the importance of forging your own path without paying too much attention to the media or naysayers.”

McCarvel on Roger Federer

Nick McCarvel praised Roger Federer’s behavior outside court, saying that he is always thoughtful and a good listener.

“He once told me I had pretty good shoes on, so I’ll take that. You know, I was a newspaper reporter for two years, tennis reporter for USA Today, did a few one-on-ones with Roger. Always classy, ​​always thoughtful, always a good listener, always someone who will look you in the eye and say hello, and that’s what great champions do to set themselves apart,” he said.

“I think the greatness he achieved on the pitch was second to none, but the fact that he would only meet you on a human level, he was always interested in other people. And he said in that retirement message that you start with, it’s the people that he’s going to remember most of his illustrious career, and I think for a lot of people it’s going to be Roger and the way he’s handling them off the pitch that will be remembered,” he added.

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