Mirka Federer is a Swiss former professional tennis player. She is best known as the wife of Roger Federer, having first met him at the 2000 Summer Olympics. Moreover, she retired from professional tennis in 2002 due to a persistent foot injury. By the time she closed her career, she was a top-100 ranked player. She teamed up with Roger Federer in the Hopman Cup, in 2002. Mirka Federer Bio, Height, Weight, Measurements, Husband, Net Worth.
Mirka Federer Height, Weight, Measurements
How tall is Mirka Federer? She is 5 feet 9 inches tall and her weight is 68 Kg. Her body measurements are 38-26-43 inches. Her bra size is 38B. Her shoe size is 5.5 (US) and she wears a dress size of 25 (US). She is a fitness freak as well. On a daily basis, she do exercising and cardio.
Mirka Federer Wiki, Bio
|Real Name||Miroslava “Mirka” Federer|
|Net Worth||$400 million|
|Birthday||April 1, 1978|
|Height (approx.)||In Feet Inches: 5′ 9″|
In Meters: 1.78 m
In Centimetres: 178 cm
|Weight (approx.)||In Kilograms- 55 kg|
In Pounds- 124 lbs
|Body Measurements||approx. 38-26-43 inches|
|Bra Cup Size||38 B|
|Shoe Size||5.5 (US)|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Husband Name||Roger Federer|
|Children?||Daughter: Myla and Charlene|
Son: Leo and Lenny
Mirka Federer Husband
Mirka Federer is married with husband named, Roger Federer, whom she met while they were both competing for Switzerland at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Moreover, she retired from the tour in 2002 because of a foot injury.
They were married at Wenkenhof Villa in Riehen near Basel on 11 April 2009, surrounded by a small group of close friends and family. In 2009, Mirka gave birth to identical twin girls, Myla and Charlene. The Federers had another set of twins in 2014, also identical boys, Leo and Lenny.
Mirka Federer Net Worth
Mirka Federer is a retired tennis player who has a net worth of $400 million. She is the wife of tennis legend Roger Federer and is often credited with helping him achieve the level of success that he has.
Mirka was born in Slovakia and moved to Switzerland when she was two years old. She began playing tennis when she was eight years old and quickly developed into a top-ranked junior player. She turned professional in 1999 and reached a career-high singles ranking of World No. 76 in 2002. She retired from professional tennis in 2002 due to persistent injuries.