Wimby Pics: Some “Federer” support for a Swiss junior

WIMBLEDON – Roger Federer, the Swiss patriot, has passed it down to his older twins, Charlene and Myla.

And from the looks of things out on Court 10 on Tuesday, the tennis player in the family might be Charlene.

Charlene was pretty into the match that pitted fellow Swiss Jill Teichmann against American Sofia Kenin. The twins turn six in a couple of weeks.

Meanwhile, Myla was pretty much all about getting some love from Uncle Seve, who seemed quite happy to provide it. Call him the full-service Davis Cup captain and coach.

The nanny had their little tennis racquets with them, too.

Here’s what it looked like.

It was a day off for Papa, who will play Gilles Simon in the quarter-finals Wednesday, on Court 1.

We don’t know if they got a hit in later on.

Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough for Teichmann, who fell to Kenin, the No. 9 seed, 7-5, 6-4.

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3 thoughts on “Wimby Pics: Some “Federer” support for a Swiss junior

  1. Look at that intensity in her eyes! This could be interesting …. 😉

  2. A couple of weeks ago, I read that Fed said he tried to show the twins how to do something, & they told him their coach had told them to do it a different way. So, he said to them, “OK, do it that way then.” As I was laughing, I was wondering what the girls’ coach would say if he heard that story!

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