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Stealing the show! One of Roger Federer’s VERY cheeky twin sons distracts his mother Mirka from the action on Centre Court – before his doting big sister steps in

  • Roger Federer, 37, played South Africa’s Lloyd Harris on day two of Wimbledon
  • Cheered on by children Myla Rose, Charlene Riva, nine, Leo and Lennart, five
  • Swiss tennis ace was also supported by his wife Mirka, 41, who wore all white

Roger Federer was cheered on by his wife and children ahead of his first round match on the second day of Wimbledon on Tuesday.

The Swiss tennis ace, 37, is playing South Africa’s Lloyd George Harris at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London.

He was supported by his twin girls Myla Rose, and Charlene Riva, nine – but his sons Leo and Lennart, five, appeared unimpressed as their father took to Centre Court.

Leaning against the railings with their hands on their face, it took one hug from their doting big sister to make them break into a smile.

The cheeky five-year-old distracted his mother, 41, who planted a loving kiss on his left cheek during the match

Federer’s son put his hands on his head as he watched from the crowd as his father competed in the Men’s Singles first round match

Watching from the crowds, Federer’s son was seen screaming from the sidelines, while Mirka took a more relaxed approach to the game

Roger and Mirka’s children played in the background as she intently watched on to see how the game unfolded

Roger Federer’s son appeared fascinated by the game in between playful moments spent distracting Mirka, 41

Meanwhile, the athlete’s wife Mirka, 41, donned a smart white suit to watch her husband battle for a place in the next round of the prestigious competition.

Mirka, who is spotted cheering her husband on, accessorised with a silver over-the-shoulder bag and wore her hair loose which fell below her shoulders.

Clutching a bottle of water to keep her cool in the summer temperature, she added a pair of pink-tinted sunglasses to complete her outfit.

The identical twins girls both wore matching denim jackets with white t-shirts underneath, while the boys looked cool in a white and blue polo neck top and cap with their initials on.

The family are close friends of the Duchess of Cambridge, 37, who was also in attendance earlier today, and were both guests at Kate and younger sister Pippa’s weddings.

Roger Federer’s son (pictured) stuck his tongue out to mother Mirka as the Swiss tennis ace played on day two of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club

Roger Federer’s children (pictured) larked about in the stands as he prepared to take centre court ahead of his first round match at Wimbledon on Tuesday

Identical twin girls Myla Rose, Charlene Riva, eight, donned matching denim jackets and a white t-shirt as they played around with their younger brother today

Taking front row, Federer’s children watched on along with his wife Mirka as his much-anticipated match got underway

Two of Federer’s children messed around during the prestigious event today, which is being held at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London

Mirka Federer (pictured) looks on ahead of her husband’s first round match between South Africa’s Lloyd George Harris

Switzerland’s Roger Federer serves to South Africa’s Lloyd Harris in a Men’s singles match during day two of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London

The athlete is currently ranked as world no. 3 in men’s singles and has won Wimbledon an impressive eight times.

Mirka, who is also from Switzerland and wed Federer in 2009, was once a professional tennis player and competed in the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games where she first met her husband.

Roger has previously told how they shared their first kiss on the last day of the Olympics.

Earlier this year, Roger paid an emotional tribute to his wife. as he spoke during a prize ceremony at the Miami Open.

‘I’d also like to thank my team who are also unbelievable,’ he said. ‘They are fantastic people, they are the back rock of the foundation of letting me still play at this level.

‘I’d like to thank my wife who enjoys all the travelling, the packing, the helping, just the support. Without her, it would not be possible.’

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