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DID FEDERER’S DAUGHTER INHERIT THE TALENT FOR TENNIS?

by archyw

ROGER FEDERER it was always synonymous with perfection. The world relates him to that word from the physiognomy of his tennis and from the conformation of his family. Married to Mirka Vavrinec since April 2009, the Swiss star had two sets of twins.

Myla Rose and Charlene Riva They are the two girls who were born on July 23, 2009; Leo and Lennart (Lenny) came to the world on May 6, 2014. All of them, of course, have a significant attachment to tennis based on his father’s career.

Myla, one of the oldest, who will turn 12 next Friday, exhibited some of his talent for tennis under the watchful eye of his father Roger. The difference, in sight, is that the girl hits the backhand with two hands, unlike her father. Has he inherited his abilities with the racket?

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