‘They have no clue!’ Wimbledon champ Federer’s hilarious twin sons steal the show


It may have been Roger Federer’s big moment yesterday, when he was crowned the winner of the men’s title at Wimbledon, but it’s safe to say that a brace of toddlers stole the show!


Roger was supported by his family, including seven-year-old twin daughters Myla and Charlene, and three-year-old twin sons Leo and Lennart on the special day – and it’s safe to say that the boys enjoyed the attention!


Dressed in matching outfits of white trousers and pale-blue blazers, the tots kept the audience in stitches of laughter as they pulled funny faces and waved for the cameras.


The children got up to antics as they watched their father beat Marin Cilic to win the title for the eighth time. Watching on proudly was their mother, Mirka, dressed in white lace.


The boys’ ‘performance’ did not go unnoticed by BBC presenter Sue Barker, who asked Roger how it felt to perform before his sons.



“They have no clue what’s going on,” he laughed. “They think this is probably a nice view and a nice playground, but it’s not quite like that here.


“One day, hopefully, they’ll understand – but it’s very special.”


Right on cue, as the camera panned over to the little boys, one of them began to pull a silly face – as his older sister laughed and tried to pull his hand from his mouth!


Roger, 35, previously opened up about how fatherhood had affected his career.


Back in 2012, when he was a father-of-two, he admitted: “People forget sometimes I do have twin girls. That has a massive impact on my life.


“It’s helped my game more than anything, because I think I’m playing some of the best tennis of my life right now.



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“Victory…is a dream come true for me and my family, and seeing them there – yeah, it’s big!”


As you can imagine, social media went into overdrive over the Federers’ sons.


“Late-breaking Wimbledon best dressed: the Federer twins, Lenny and Leo,” wrote one Twitter user.


Another chimed in: “Roger Federer has the best life ever: 19 grand slams – so, a stunning career; a loving wife, and two sets of twins. What more could you ask for?”


Others, meanwhile, tweeted that Lennart and Leo ‘owned’ Wimbledon – we have to agree!

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