Roger Federer and wife Mirka are looking out for new nannies during the tennis shutdown. According to the Swiss daily, BLICK, Federer's two nannies, who help look after Myla, Charlene (both 10 years old) and Lenny and Leo (both 5 years old), have reportedly quit.
The two nannies are sisters and have accompanied the Federers on many trips over the years on the tennis circuit while Roger played tournaments. They were also seen in the stands at times as the children watched their father play.
With the tennis tour being shutdown and Federer recuperating from his knee surgery earlier this year, Roger and Mirka have been at home for the past few weeks and will continue to be at home in Switzerland until the current health crisis subsidies.
That should give them enough time to look out for new nannies. Federer has said that he and his family are now spending time at home in Lenzerheide, He urged all people in Switzerland to follow the guidelines and stay indoors and also said that Mirka and he were personally donating one million Swiss francs to the most vulnerable families in Switzerland.
Federer said in his message, "Our contribution is just a start. We hope that others will join in order to support even more families in need. Together we can overcome this crisis! Stay healthy!" 38 year old Federer is currently ranked No. 4 in the world. He has won 20 Grand Slam singles titles in his career - the most by any male tennis player in history.