HomeArticleWimbledon champion Roger Federer is seen Holidaying with Wife and Children in Italy: Happy Family
Wimbledon champion Roger Federer is seen Holidaying with Wife and Children in Italy: Happy Family
Updated On 26 Jul, 2017 Published On 26 Jul, 2017
Wimbledon champion Roger Federer is seen spending a holiday with wife and four of his kids in Italy. They have an amazing time together.
Roger Federer is recently seen enjoying his break with wife, Mirka in Porto Cervo, Italy on 25th July. The lovely pair was joined by their children.
Swiss tennis star, Roger is currently ranked world No. 3 in men's singles tennis by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). He achieved a historic success beating Marin Cilic claiming the Wimbledon title for the eighth times in January 2017.
Roger Federer: Holidaying in Italy with Family
Swiss tennis ace Roger enjoyed a wonderful break with his wife Minka in Porto Cervo, Italy. The couple was spotted in swimsuits by their resort's pool holding hands.
Mirka applied the sun screen on the back of her sports star husband in the interval of quick dips in the water. The former sports star Mirka wore a floral two piece and looked really adorable flaunting her curves.
Roger and Mirca walking hand in hand, Source: Daily Mail
Roger wore a blue T-shirt with powdered blue shorts. The couple enjoyed the moment with their four children. Just the previous day Federer seemed busy with his twin sons.
He managed the day with his three-year-old boys Lenny and Leo as they walked around the street in the seaside town of Porto Cervo.
Blissful Married life of Roger Federer and Mirka Federer
Marriage with a person of the same profession is an appreciable thing sometimes. The couple gets a common topic to discuss and understand each other in a better way.
The awesome couple in a photo shoot, Source: Heavy
Roger met his sweetheart when both were competing for Switzerland in the 2000 Sydney Olympics. The duo tied a knot on 11 April 2009 in a secret ceremony in presence of family and some friends.
Roger walking with his four adorable kids, Source: Baotintuc.vn
Mirka gave birth to identical twin girls, Myla Rose and Charlene Riva, eight and another pair of identical twins in 2014. This time they are boys named Leo and Lennart (Lenny).
Roger, 35, and Mirka, 39, are very happy and feel blessed to have a complete family frame with loads of happiness.
Roger Federer: His Amazing Career; Moments that Transformed Him Into a Man
The 35-year-old Roger is very different from Roger of 19 years of age. Roger has great fan followers and is one of the most popular sports stars.
David Law, the ATP communications manager addressed the transformation of the immature guy into a man at close quarters.
He first met the tennis prodigy the day before Federer's professional debut as a 16-year-old at an event in Switzerland.
Law said in a Tennis Podcast special,
"The number of times we would go to tournaments and he would throw in a substandard performance where he’d mentally break down or he’d get emotional and throw his racquets — he was a baby. Honestly, he was a crybaby on the court."
"He was just immature and it took him a while (to grow up)."
Federer cried out loud after losing his first tour final a lot of changes was encountered since then.
He was introduced as a junior player in the year 1998 at Wimbledon where he won both the boys' singles final over Irakli Labadze.
He then entered the top 100 ranking for the first time on 20 September 1999 and played 1999 Marseille Open.
In 2003, Federer won the title of first Grand Slam singles at Wimbledon beating Mark Philippoussis in the final. He got a victory in the double Masters Series 1000 event in Miami with Max Mirnyi for the first time ever.
His first major hard-court title came at the Australian Open over Marat Safin, thereby becoming the World's No. 1 for the very first time.
Statistically. 2006 season was the best season of Federer's career, almost one of the greatest seasons of any player in tennis history.
He made his Olympic debut at Sydney in 2000. He surprised many with his outstanding performance, however, lost to Tommy Haas.
This time he is ranked Worlds No. 3 in men's singles tennis by the ATP winning 19 Grand Slam single titles. He was continuously ranked in the top ten from October 2002 to November 2016.