Millions watched Roger Federer take on Scottish tennis player Andy Murray in the Wimbledon finals in London on Sunday, but the two closest to the Swiss tennis pro's heart were his twin girls, Myla and Charlene, 2.
Wearing identical black and white dresses and matching pigtails, the blonde cuties sat with their mom, Mirka, who has been married to Federer since April 11, 2009. Helping out with the twin toddlers: Federer's mother, Lynette.
The foursome were spotted cheering and applauding in the stands as Federer, 30, won three of the four sets against Murray, 25, the same tennis ace who he took on and triumphed over at the 2010 Australian Open.
"People forget sometimes I do have twin girls," Federer said in an interview on Reuters on Sunday. "That has had a massive impact on my life. It's helped my game more than anything because I think I'm playing some of the best tennis of my life right now."
Myla and Charlene weren't the only stylish siblings in the stands cheering for their fave tennis pro: Kate and Pippa Middleton sat side by side while crossing their fingers for a Murray victory.