Picspam: Coffee just went up my nose.
From New Vogue feature on Roger: “Ace of Aces”
“Now that I have reached almost everything, it’s like a restart,” he says. “Once I see how it is to have a baby, then I can really decide, but as I feel now I would definitely like to play for many more years.” He and Mirka have been traveling the last five years together to every single tournament (“I never won a title before I met her. And I have won 60 since then,” Federer says of his one-woman support system), and in the spirit of soon-to-be parents everywhere, they don’t yet see how that might change.
“I’m lucky,” he says, “in that I have never been a guy with a strict routine.” He does not labor under the tennis players’ paranoia about regular practice, diet, and sleep. “When the baby comes, I love the idea that if I’m up at five or six in the morning, I’ll just go and practice then, stuff like that.”