Roger Federer Meets Kangaroos, Lives to Tell About It [Photo]
by Tom Gainey | January 23rd, 2011, 11:18 pm

On an off Saturday during the Australian Open, Roger Federer and family made a trip to the Melbourne Zoo.

The four-time winner Down Under was accompanied by his wife Mirka and the twin girls Charlene Riva and Myla Rose, and the Federer family left unscathed and without incident.

I bring that up because yesterday women’s No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki got into some hot water spining a yarn to the press of getting scratched by a kangaroo. The local press ran with her fictitious story requiring the Dane to return to the press room the clarify that she was joking.

Federer handled his meeting with the kangaroos far better – with a photo from his facebook page:


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3 Comments for Roger Federer Meets Kangaroos, Lives to Tell About It [Photo]

libby moore Says:

We don’t want to see Roger and the kangaroos, although it is a cute photo. We want to see a photo of the girls at the zoo. We are deprived.

esquilax Says:

Why go to the Zoo? They’re just hanging around in the main streets.

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