Roger Federer's Twin Daughters Cheer As He Wins Wimbledon

Mon, July 9, 2012 10:08am EDT by 3 Comments
Roger Federer Wimbledon

Roger Federer’s biggest fans, his adorable two-year-old twin daughters, cheered on their father as he took home his seventh singles title at Wimbledon on Sunday, July 8. See how the adorable girls laughed and clapped during the intense match that brought him home yet another trophy!

Roger Federer‘s twin daughters, Myla Rose and Charlene Riva, showed a wide range of emotions as they attended the 2012 Wimbledon games on July 8. Roger won his seventh singles title and 17th Grand slam, but his adorable two-year-old girls stole the show.

Laughing, clapping, and sometimes covering their faces in distress, Myla Rose and Charlene Riva remained animated throughout the match as their dad sweated it out on the court. The girls, dressed in cute matching outfits and hairstyles, were sitting with their mother, Mirka Federer, who is a former tennis player herself.

The happy family seemed to bring the positivity Federer needed to clench that singles win and bring home another trophy. Congratulations, Roger!

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