Roger Federer may not have won Wimbledon this year as he hoped, but he still gets to go home a winner.
The 32-year-old had his family in London watching him in the finals as he fell to Novak Djokovic in five exciting sets on Sunday, and you know he appreciated the support. What was cool was seeing his identical twin daughters — Myla Rose and Charlene Riva — in the stands with his wife, Mirka. The twins, who turn five on July 23, were wearing matching dresses and just looked adorable.
“It’s even more memorable when I see my kids there with my wife and everything. That’s what touched me the most. Disappoint of the match itself went pretty quickly … so happy to see family and nice ovations from the crowd lifted me up and made me feel better,” said Federer at the match.
In addition to his twin girls, Roger and Mirka also have twin boys, who were born on May 6. Roger always was a doubles specialist.