The ‘Swiss Maestro’ Roger Federer is undoubtedly the gentleman in the tennis circuit and has stood true to his glorified record for over two decades of his career in the ATP.
Federer, who is praised not amongst his fans but also admired in society for changing the face of tennis as a sport altogether by bringing his exquisite performance over years is also popularly regarded as the GOAT.
The Swiss’ run in tennis sadly ended last year in 2022 after he announced his retirement amidst going through a series of hip injuries that forced him to take extended periods to recover. Later, after his retirement announcement, he participated in the Laver Cup as part of his final on-court performance.
As lustrous as Roger’s career is, the Swiss player’s love life is nothing less than adorable and was witnessed paying a special tribute to his wife Mirka Federer during his bittersweet farewell to the crowd at the Laver Cup 2022.
Roger Federer has been married to his long-time partner Mirka for almost 15 years now and the couple first met even before the maestro clinched his first-ever major tournament title.
Mirka, who is also a tennis player, met Roger in Sydney when both players were representing their country Switzerland at the 2000 Olympics. They have been inseparable ever since and finally, after 9 years of dating each other, the duo tied the knot in 2009.
The former world No. 1 who first turned pro after making his debut at the Davis Cup when was merely 18 years old, in 1998, won the junior Wimbledon championship and since then went on an amazing journey of bagging 20 Grand Slam titles to his name.
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Mirka Federer has always been a huge pillar of support for her husband Roger Federer as she hardly ever failed to cheer and boost the Swiss professional’s morale from the player’s box in n number of matches.
The couple, who have been blessed with an intimate and caring relationship as such, are the proud parents to two sets of identical twins.
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Shortly after their marriage, in July 2009, the duo welcomed their first set of girl twins, Charlene Riva Federer and Myla Rose Federer, and later in 2014, they celebrated the birth of their second set of boy twins, Leo Federer and Lenny Federer.