Roger Federer is all set to make his comeback at the Laver Cup this September. The player has established himself with 20 grand slam titles under his name. This perseverance and tenacity is something that Federer has kept alive in himself and continues to inculcate such values in his four beautiful kids as well.
Parents of the tennis legend talked about the passing on the values from one generation to other.
Swiss Maestro’s parents talked about him passing values to his children
Lynette and Robert Federer, mother and father of the Swiss Maestro talked about the values inculcated by them in the player. They also talked about how these values are being taught to their grandchildren as well. Lynette Federer said, “Yes, I think he does, the upbringing rubs off.”
What are some of the qualities of Roger Federer?
Roger Federer also talked about the helping and kind nature of his son. He said, “His willingness to help is also one of the values that we hope to be able to pass on to him.” The father dwelled on nature and observed his son putting others first. He said, “He doesn’t look at himself first.”
Federer helped during the pandemic extensively and donated one million Swiss Francs to vulnerable families. He said, “Even during this pandemic, he helped a lot, and it is important to him to donate generously.”
How is Federer raising his children?
They both, however, understood the change in parenting style with changing times. Lynette Federer acknowledged that the couple’s parenting style is different and said, “Every couple has to find their own way.” She recognized the difference the technology has made.
She said, “The digital change of time alone means that things are different today. When Roger was born, email didn’t even exist.” To this, Roger Federer’s father added, “Sure, our kids didn’t play in front of the computer”.
What is next for the Swiss Maestro?
Undoubtedly, Roger Federer has brought a good name to the sport. The chivalrous attitude of the player is visible both on and off the court. Wimbledon honored the Swiss Maestro at the centenary celebration of the centre court of the grass-court major this year. Moreover, the player has recently made it clear that tennis is something that he is more than just tennis and that little things like his kids’ performance bring him joy.
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