Roger Federer left Melbourne next to his wife Mirka and their four children – nine-year-old girls Myla and Charlene, four-year-olds boys Leo and Lenny. The Swiss player was spotted at the airport holding hands with two
of them, he looked in good spirit but he did not take any photo with fans and he did not speak to people who encouraged him to comeback at the Australian Open next year. Federer just wants to spend quality time with his family now.
But he takes his wife Mirka and their two sets of twins with him wherever he goes.
The devoted family man insists that Mirka, his wife of nine years, twin girls Myla Rose and Charlene Riva, nine, and twin boys Lenny and Leo, four, will always be his priority.
Speaking to the Sunday Times , he said changing “a ton of nappies” between matches was worth it to live his “dream” with Mirka, a Slovak-born Swiss former tennis star, 40.
He said: “I refuse to leave the bed with my wife. We always wanted to have kids, but my dream was to be with [her] and not in another bedroom on another floor.