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Category Archives: Mirka Vavrinec
Roger Federer has won his first Paris title defeating Jo Wilfried Tsonga 6-1, 7-6. The only hiccup for Federer on his way to his second title in as many weeks was the night time activity of one of his twin daughters.
“It happened many times that she wakes me up in the night this year, but I was not 25 times in the final. I was hoping that during the night it would go well, but suddenly I was running with Mirka in the room to see if everything was okay. And she said, ‘Let’s take her in our bed.’ I said, ‘Okay, let’s do that.’ I didn’t even question this. I just said okay. I can’t have a fight at 4:00 in the morning with her.” Read more
Andy Murray has made the genius decision to part ways with “coaching consultant” Alex Corretja just a few months after firing Miles Maclagan. If you look at Murray’s brilliant results of late (clearly I’m being sarcastic) you can see that being totally coachless and only under the guidance of his mother is a great idea Read more
Roger Federer and Mirka Vavrinec met, and started their relationship, at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. Since then the pair have been inseprable, with Federer saying the Olympics have special meaning to him because that’s where he met the love of his life.
For her part Mirka became deeply involved in Federer’s career after her own ended with injury. “I fell into a deep hole. The most difficult part was when I was home for eight months and couldn’t do anything. I had a lot of time to think and watch tennis on television. Roger was my greatest support back then. He gave my tennis life back to me. When he wins, it’s as if I win as well.” Read more
Here’s a flashback to the 2002 Hopman Cup where Lleyton Hewitt and Alicia Molik took on Mirka Vavrinec and Roger Federer.
Mirka and Federer originally met and fell in love at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. You can see at the change of ends how gentle Federer is with Mirka. Read more
The wives and girlfriends of tennis players are a mixed bunch – some very glamorous and successful in their own rights, some beautiful and silent, and some an integral part of their mans life. So lets take a look at the most beautiful and influential women in the grand stands. Read more
Roger Federer has defeated Novak Djokovic in three sets to claim his 65th career title in Basel, a tournament where he was once a ball kid. Federer’s twin daughters Charlene and Myla “watched” on as their father won 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 – the first time the girls have sat courtside with Mirka.
Djokovic was happy with most of his performance, except for his lack of focus in the third set which allowed Federer to escape with the lead.
“It’s obviously a beautiful moment. It’s always very emotional and just a good feeling; I’m very happy. I’ve had a great history here. I can’t believe I’ve been in the final so many times and I’ve won already four times. I couldn’t be more happy today. I have to back it up now. I’ve played three straight finals in a row; I’ve won titles back-to-back in Stockholm and Basel. Now I have a couple of days off and a travel day as well to get to Paris and play well there and it’s only then that the focus will really shift to London. I’d like to keep it up and play well in Paris and see how it goes from there.
Today obviously was the most dangerous match, I was playing the best player in the tournament. I had a tough final last year, pretty similar to this one this year, but it just went my way in the third set. We always play very athletic against one another, I always think it’s really close, they can go either way, so I’m happy I won the last three of the four. I had match point at the US Open and that one hurt, but look, this one makes up for it big time.”
Just over a year after a heavy pregnant Mirka Federer sat court-side at Wimbledon, watching he man play a five set final to claim his 6th Wimbledon title and break Pete Sampras’ record of 14 Grand Slam titles, their twins, which nobody knew they were expecting, have turned one. Read more
>Roger and Mirka Federer’s twin daughters have been spotted enjoying a holiday with mum and dad near Corsica in France. The twins clearly enjoyed Roger’s attention as he carried them and played with them in the water while Mirka captured the tender moments on her digital camera.
Photos from inside the luxury yacht have also been released, revealing the true extent of the extravagance available to the games elite.
The girls, who turn one at the end of the month, certainly seemed to be enjoying the high life.
Roger and Mirka Federer have been enjoying a Mediterranean holiday near Corsica, France. There was no sign of the twins as the couple enjoyed laying in the sun on the beach and leaping off a huge boat. Mirka looked relaxed as she and her husband appeared for the first time since his quarterfinal loss at Wimbledon almost ten days ago. Roger didn’t look quite as relaxed as he recovered after being acused of being a sore loser after the Wimbledon defeat. Read more