Sydney: Swiss tennis ace Roger Federer has revealed that he is having the 'best time of his life', a week after his wife Mirka gave birth to twin boys.
As a seven-time Wimbledon champion and a universally admired athlete, the 17-time Major winner has seen many glorious moments, although the latest chapter of his personal script feels extraordinary even for the Swiss, who is already the father of a set of five-year-old twin daughters, Myla and Charlene.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Federer said that he and Mirka could not believe that they were having twins again, although he added that there was always a chance as his sister also has twins and his maternal grandmother was also a part of twins.
Marvelling at the 'extraordinary feeling', Federer said that had the second set of twins been girls again, it would not have mattered as he would have loved them all the same, although he admitted that he is happy to have boys this time.
However, Federer revealed that he and his wife are not sure whether their sons, Leo and Lennart, are identical like their daughters, adding that they will be taking a DNA test to find out.