Mirka Federer and her engagement break because of Roger Federer


Mirka Federer and her engagement break because of Roger Federer
Mirka Federer and her engagement break because of Roger Federer

It is no secret that Roger Federer has left a huge mark on the tennis scene, not just in the sport of tennis but in many other areas as well. There is no doubt, however, that during the course of his career, Mirka Federer was his greatest supporter, and in recent years, she has become one of the most talked about women in tennis.

Affectionately known as Mirka Federer, she is better known for her role as the wife to one of the most successful tennis players of all time, Roger Federer. Several people claim that she is much more than the wife of an athlete who is very rich and that he owes the success of his career to her.

Originally from Slovakia, Mrs. Federer is actually Miroslava Vavrinec who emigrated with her parents from her native country when she was a young child. In a similar way to her husband, she also played tennis for many years, and when she decided to begin playing she was prompted by her friend Martina Navratilova.

Miroslava Federer and Arabian

Her best achievement was finishing 76th in the world in 2001, and it was only a year before that that she met her soulmate Roger at the Sydney Olympics. There was no doubt from the moment they met that their love would become the story of a lifetime.

The interesting thing about Mirka's story is that at the time she met Roger, she was engaged to a rich Arab who had a very high social status. As soon as they started dating, Roger did not know that she was engaged and he enchanted her from the very beginning.

Her decision to end the engagement came about as she realized that she had fallen deeply in love with him, so she decided to end the engagement immediately. After sustaining a foot injury in 2002, Mirka was forced to give up playing tennis. Their family has grown to four children today.

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