It's good to be tennis star Roger Federer. Why, you ask?
Well, it's great to make history by winning your eighth title at Wimbledon.
And it's even better to do it with the cutest fan club ever in the stands.
Federer, 35, took the Wimbledon men's final on Sunday in London, England. And he did it in front of his wife, Mirka Federer, 39, and their two sets of twins: Myla and Charlene, 7, and Lenny and Leo, 3.
"Straight sets" of twins is pretty perfect for a guy who wins them on the court, too. But what really gets us are the matching outfits the Federer kids donned to watch their dad play.
For the girls: floral dresses, white cardigans, stylish sandals and long princess hair. For the boys: white jeans, pale blue dinner jackets and slip-on sneaks.
And they weren't afraid to pull a few faces at the haters.
According to a tweet by Jonathan Scott of Tennis.com, Federer said of his twin boys, "They don't have a clue what's going on. They think it is a nice view and a nice playground."
In that case, we're definitely going to have to step up our playground style from here on out!
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Congrats to Roger on the big win — and if Mirka is behind these ensembles, congrats to her for making everyone watching Wimbledon smile!