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Roger Federer ´conquered´ by the endless legs of Maria Sharapova

Roger Federer pinched by photographers while watching the Russian beauty
Tennis Stories  09 Dec 2012 - 07:49 / by Federico Coppini / reads 20111.
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Roger Federer has been happily married for 3 years to Mirka Vavrinec, whom he met at the Sydney Olympic Games in 2001. However, the Swiss star hasn’t been accompanied by his wife at the Gillette Federer Tour in Sao Paulo, Brazil because of their two daughters, who are too young to face such a long and hot trip.

Federer has attended a number of events already, and will taking part in more in this nine day exhibition tournament. The Swiss Maestro was photographed staring at Maria Sharapova’s slender legs during the pre event press conference.
 

Sharapova made a friendly reply by posting this on her facebook page after her match, “Sandwiched in between the two RF's after my match today.” ( picture above).

In an interview, Federer was asked if his Mirka was jealous because her husband was accompanied by some beautiful ladies at the event, to which he replied smilingly, “We don’t get jealous for each other, rather she told to have fun and enjoy every moment of this tour,” advice that Roger took literally!
 

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