Roger Federer’s two sets of twins were the real stars of the Wimbledon men’s final.

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Swiss sporting superstar Roger Federer last night took out his eighth Wimbledon title, and 19th Grand Slam title overall, making him the most successful male tennis player in history.

The series of volleys, serves and aces between 35-year-old Federer and his Croatian opponent, Marin Cilic, occupied the main stage for over two hours as Federer took out Cilic in straight sets. But they weren’t the only stars of the show.

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Federer takes out his ninth Wimbledon title. Image via Getty.

Instead, we couldn’t keep our eyes off Federer's four children Myal Rose, Charlene Riva, Lenny and Leo.

Federer’s wife Mirka and his mother Lynette were joined in the player’s box by the couple’s two sets of identical twins, seven-year-old girls and three-year-old boys, to watch their dad rally to glory on centre court.

Understandably, the game got a little… repetitive for the siblings, who instead decided to make their own fun, pulling faces and sitting with their legs dangled over the edge of the stand. The spectacle hit peak cute level as the pairs were dressed in matching floral dresses and suits respectively.

We're not talking a few poked out tongues here and there either - Lenny and Leo were committed to wreaking maximum havoc as the likes of Theresa May, Prince William and Kate Middleton watched on.

Roger was extremely emotional during his acceptance of the Wimbledon trophy, stating, "It’s a wonderful moment for us as a family. This one’s for us".

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It was the first time all of his children attended a grand final.

After the match he commented that the cheeky court side antics by the three-year-old boys were because they probably "didn’t have a clue what was going on" and "they think this is a nice view and a nice playground" but that "one day they’ll understand".

We definitely know what’s going on here - a new reason to pay attention to the tennis! Not that we didn’t already... I still love you Nadal, this doesn't change anything, please call me.

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