Love Switzerland! The tennis pro Roger Federer built for parents a new home nearby his $50,000,000 mansion

Roger Federer’s modern lakeside mansion he shares with his parents

The tennis pro is building a new home nearby

In Wollerau, Switzerland, Roger Federer shares an apartment building with his parents Robert and Lynette. However, the tennis player is rumored to be developing an opulent new residence in Rapperswil-Jona, which might be valued up to $50 million.

After purchasing the property in 2018, the Wimbledon player has begun remodeling it. When it’s finished, Roger, his wife Mirka, and their four kids—Myla, Leo, Lenny, and Charlene—will probably be eager to move into their brand-new lakefront house, which will have a tennis court and breathtaking views of Lake Zurich.

But according to The Sun, there have been a number of obstacles because of the epidemic and contaminated terrain.

Meanwhile, Roger and his family are rumored to be residing across the lake in a contemporary home that he constructed from the ground up in 2014 for £6.5 million.

Sitting on 1.5 acres, the three-story building is said to include two independent apartments—one for him and his family and the other for his parents. Roger’s family probably found it comforting to stay close to him since he isolated himself at his Zurich house during the epidemic; also, it allows Roger and Mirka to receive childcare assistance.

Switzerland is home to the professional tennis player.

Subterranean parking, a swimming pool, a spa, and balconies with unobstructed views are among the additional features. With white walls, wooden floors, high ceilings, and floor to ceiling windows that let in an abundance of natural light, the interior design is contemporary.

But because Roger has kept his private life so secret, there are hardly any pictures of the Swiss tennis player on his land. But judging from the numerous photos he’s posted of the snow-capped mountains, undulating hills, and ice blue waterways in collaboration with Switzerland Tourism, the surrounding landscape is obviously breathtaking.

It’s believed that Roger’s parents live in an apartment within his house.

The 20-time Grand Slam champion even recently stated he had no intentions to leave Switzerland, where he can climb, cycle, and even attempt mountain riding after he retires, even if he owns another house in Dubai.

“I believe I have always been a representative of Switzerland, and I have done my fair share to be an ambassador for the nation,” he declared. However, I think it’s a wonderful thing to do it as part of an official mission. I think that doing this required me to be a little older. I’m 40 years old and have probably visited 60 different countries. I currently reside in Switzerland and I intend to stay there in the future.”