Everything about the 4 kids of Roger Federer and Mirka Federer

Roger Federers biggest supporters are his family.

The tennis player scored first his wife Mirka, who is also a tennis player when he represented Switzerland at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. They finally tied the knot in 2009.

Since then they have become a family of six, Greeting two sets of identical twins.

In July 2009, the couple welcomed twin daughters Charlene Riva and Myla Rose and in 2014They welcomed another set of identical twins, boys Leo and Lenny.

While Federer doesn’t often discuss his family life publicly, his children have been in the stands to support him at big games.

in the a recent interview with today before his retirementhe opened up about taking her out on the road and found it was a breeze.

“Oh, that was the only way,” he said Savannah Guthrie. “I said, ‘I would never walk the streets without my kids.’ I’d rather retire [than travel without them]. Then I should have retired 10 years ago.”

Find out more about Federer’s children in advance.

Myla Rose Federer and Charlene Riva Federer

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On July 23, 2009, Roger and Mirka have become parents for the first time as they welcomed identical twins Myla Rose Federer and Charlene Riva Federer. “This is the greatest day of our lives,” he said in a statement at the time. “Mirka, Myla and Charlene are all healthy and doing very well.”

The couple chose first not to say they welcomed twinstold with Federer The New York Times he decided to “just play along to the very end”.

“I really had to fight my way through,” he shared. “I had a pair [of interviews] where I was like, ‘We’re so excited to have some babies,’ and I was like, ‘Will you tell us yet?’”

After her birth, the tennis star opened up to people become a father for the first time. “It was a lot of fun being a dad and spending time with them,” he said of his then six-week-old twins. “I am as active as possible because every day is new and different. I do not want to miss a Thing.”

“It’s an amazing feeling to be called a father,” he added. “I am very proud of this title.”

While Myla and Charlene have turned up at various tennis tournaments to support their dad, Roger has previously teased it his daughters are not so enthusiastic about the sport how he is.

“They will pick up their doll instead of a tennis racket and be content with that,” Federer told PEOPLE at the 2011 US Open press conference. “They’re trying [with a racket] but they get discouraged after 30 seconds. They don’t even try to imitate me.”

Leo Federer and Lenny Federer

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On Christmas Eve 2013, Roger and Mirka happily announced this they expected again. “Mirka and I are very excited to share the news that Myla and Charlene will be big sisters in 2014! Happy Holidays,” he wrote on Twitter. On May 6, 2014, the couple welcomed another set of identical twins, sons Leo Federer and Lenny Federer.

The pair’s boys have also been the center of attention at various championships, including his historic eighth Wimbledon championship in men’s singles in 2017.

“I was just so touched by my performance in the tournament from start to finish,” he continued today after the win. “I looked in the stands and saw my kids…then I started to realize that I really was a Wimbledon champion.”

“I saw the boys for the first time, and [seeing] They came to center court and they knew how much center court meant to me and to see them like they didn’t know what was going on,” laughed Federer. “And then the girls were there too and my wife was emotional. It just hit me right.”

Speak with today In September 2022, the tennis star opened up about how welcoming his sons really changed the way he approaches his career.

“As you know, I have twin girls, Myla and Charlene. They were born in 2009, just after I became world No. 1,” he told Guthrie. “The girls were born and from that moment, in 2010 and 2011, I didn’t win a slam. I remember changing diapers, bathing the girls and just being a dad.”

He continued: “But of course when the boys were born it shook the boat because hitting the road every week with four kids was difficult to say the least. And from what might have been the dominant, I became the challenger. And I liked that role too. I actually stayed really hungry the whole time.”

He also shared with Guthrie that one of his sons has a passion for tennis, but didn’t say which one might follow in his footsteps.

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