This prediction may come true after 20 years or so, but the chances of Roger Federer's four children meeting up in a mixed doubles Wimbledon final are very, very high.
On May 6, the Swiss maestro announced the arrival of a second set of twins, Leo and Lenny. Believe it or not, the boys were born on a spectacular day. They have the sun and Venus in exaltation, the moon in its own house in the auspicious Pushya nakshatra and Saturn in its deepest exaltation. This is an extraordinary phenomenon and occurs once in 30 years. The kids are destined to be greats in their own way.
In 2009, Federer and wife Mirka were blessed with twin girls Charlene Riva and Myla Rose. The girls, too, have outstanding horoscopes. They have Planet X exalted in the fifth house of sports with Venus and Mars in conjunction in the third house that rules the 'arms'. Myla and Charlene are destined to play a sport predominantly involving 'hands'. So don't be surprised if they take up tennis.
With Leo and Lenny also expected to have a future in sport, it is a foregone conclusion that Federer will be the father of not one or two but four superstar tennis players.
And it is highly likely that the siblings will feature in a mixed doubles Grand Slam final. Place your bets now!
—Lobo is a city-based astrologer