Mirka Federer

September 12, 2010 by staff 

Mirka Federer, Mirka Federer’s wife gave birth to twins in July 2009 but since then the Swiss has won his sixteenth Grand Slam in Melbourne and was sixth last year’s U.S. Open final succession.

Federer has looked in his way of winning the Australia Open so far at Flushing Meadows, apart from Robin Soderling et al, without dropping a set en route to the semifinals.

“I have the same fire, the same unit,” said Federer. “I thought it (having children) might have little impact on my agenda, may play less, have an impact on how I practiced. But it is so well established. Mirka looks so great. I can put my practice whenever you want. Yet I have enough time to spend with family. The transition was very smooth and I am very happy about that, of course. ”

Federer also revealed that the uncertainty about the financial security also means that tennis players tend to marry much later than other athletes, particularly football players.

“I suppose in soccer boys are married and have children much faster than in tennis,” reflected the Swiss. “In tennis, often economically you’re never safe. Injury can strike at any time. You do not have a five-year contract. It is the day largely live by day. We’re not in a place like an as football players are the best. You have a tendency to marry later and later in his career starting to maybe not play so well. “

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