Who are Roger Federer’s children? This boy is “the most special”

Charlene Riva Federer & Myla Rose Federer

The same year Mirka and Roger were married (2009), Mirka gave birth to their identical twin girls – Myla Rose and Charlene Federer. Myla and Charlene were born on 23rd July 2009, and are currently 14 years old.

Leo Federer & Lenny Federer

Roger and Mirka welcomed a second set of identical twins on May 6, 2014 – sons Leo and Lennart “Lenny” Federer. Due to this, Federer ended up pulling out of the 2014 Madrid Open. They are currently 9 years old.

Federer’s Kids at Tennis Tournaments

Roger Federer’s children travel with him for most of the tennis tournaments. You could always see them in the gallery along with their Mom and grandparents. In July 2017, during Wimbledon, all four of his kids stole the show. They were just that cute and adorable.


In an interview, Federer told the BBC that his then 3-year-old boys had no clue of what was going on and thought it was probably a nice view and a nice playground. He added that as they grow up they will have a better understanding of what was happening. He also told how all this was very special to him.

His daughters, on the other hand, who were nearly 8 at the time, seemed to have had a better grasp of what was going on. Federer said that they enjoyed watching a little bit and were excited to cheer for their Dad in the finals. It’s mind-blowing how Roger Federer musters the energy to train and compete as a professional athlete while also being the Father that he is.

Do Federer’s kids consider Tennis as a Career Option?

Given that all four of Federer’s kids accompany him on tour and are often seen in the stands cheering their father, they reportedly are also learning tennis basics, along with their friends. The boys have often been spotted on the practice courts, hitting with the 20-time Grand Slam champion, and Federer had revealed in an interview that the boys have indeed gotten better in tennis.

The 42-year-old said that his kids took up tennis only because the children of their family friends play the sport and he didn’t want them to feel left out. In most of his interviews, he has maintained that he would be wary of his twins becoming professional players. He had stated that becoming a pro would only mean 25 more years on the tennis circuit, traveling across the globe. Being a supportive parent, he claims that he will support them, no matter what they choose.

He wants his kids to be strong characters spend each spare moment he’s got with them, and genuinely appreciate the moment when they are all together. His family has been on a family caravan vacation around the Swiss countryside after his Wimbledon loss in 2019. He has also been to Ibiza and Africa. He admits that Africa holds a special place in his heart due to his maternal roots.

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