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Mirka Federer: Roger Federer’s wife looks worried as she watches his Wimbledon 2019 match

Mirka Federer, 41, is in the stands watching Roger Federer in the Wimbledon 2019 men’s singles quarter-final.

Roger’s spouse looked a little worried as the tennis player is currently being beaten by Kei Nishikori.

Mirka attended day nine of Wimbledon wearing a leopard print white dress, underneath a denim jacket.

She kept a pair of round-framed sunglasses on as she watched the game unfold, and styled her hair in bouncy waves. 

Before taking to her seats, Mirka greeted editor-in-chief of Vogue, Anna Wintour, with a kiss on the cheek.

She was then seen looking glum as the Swiss player took on the Japanese star in the nail-biting round.

Mirka and Roger tied the knot in 2009 after meeting at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, where they were both competing for Switzerland.

In 2009, Mirka gave birth to identical twin games, Myla and Charlene Federer, who are now nine-years-old.

Five years ago, the couple had a another pair of identical twins, this time boys, named Lenny and Leo Federer.

Roger recently opened up about his fourth children and admitted he would sometimes get them mixed up.

He said on Vogues 73 Questions: “I used to sometimes if I couldn’t see their face right away.

“But no, nowadays I’m a pro. Of course, I can tell them apart.”

When quizzed about what he has learned since becoming a father, Roger explained thy have taught him “patience and snuggling”.

He added “it’s been the best.”

The tennis champion also revealed he wants to teach his children “everything I know and more”.

Yesterday, Roger waved to his sons in the stands as they watched him sail through to today’s quarter-finals.

The young twins couldn’t have looked more delighted as they cheered on their dad from the side-lines.

Last year, Roger revealed he has been teaching his two boys how to play tennis.

He told CNN at the timE: ”They’re only four, yes, but they’ve played for a few years now.

“We roll the ball and hit it along the ground. The ball can bounce a bit more and they can whack it over the net sometimes.”


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