Since Roger Federer and his wife, Mirka, had their twin daughters four years ago, the girls have become fixtures on the tennis circuit, traveling with Federer from tournament to tournament.
But their immersion in the tennis world hasn't made Myla Rose and Charlene Riva eager to pick up tennis rackets. Federer says they haven't shown any interest in following in the footsteps of their famous dad (or mom, who was also a professional tennis player).
''They're not crazy about it. Either you like doing that or you don't. And they're in that part which they don't,'' Federer said in a recent interview. ''They'd rather draw, listen to music, and dance, swim and do those kinds of things, which I'm really quite happy about. As long as they're active and they do sports, which I think is good for them, then I'm all for it. I'm not pushing them in any way. But if they do it, I'm happy to help them out.''
Federer would be the ideal helper if that happens. He is the all-time Grand Slam champion...