Roger Federer's new twins are 200-1 to win Wimbledon one day with bookmakers
Coral offer odds on tennis star's children being possible future champions
Wednesday 07 May 2014
Following the news that Roger Federer and his wife Mirka have had another set of twins, this time boys, leading bookmaker Coral is offering 50-1 for any of his children to win a Grand slam title in the future.
Federer's twin daughters Myla Rose and Charlene Riva are 250-1 to win the ladies' doubles championship at Wimbledon, while newborn twins Leo and Lenny are 200-1 to achieve success in the Wimbledon men's doubles.
"If both twins follow in their father's footsteps, there could be a Federer domination at Wimbledon in the distant future, therefore the odds on one of his children winning a major at 50-1 could be very generous," said Coral's John Hill.
Coral are offering:
Any of Federer's children to win a Grand Slam title 50-1
Any of Federer's children to win Wimbledon 100-1
Federer's twins to win men's doubles at Wimbledon 200-1
Federer's twins to win ladies' doubles at Wimbledon 250-1
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