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The 46 year old superfan did not take the loss well, but she and her husband, Mike Feldman, made the best of the situation by cheering on American tennis starJohn Isner during his match up againstKevin Anderson the same player who defeated Federer earlier this week.Savannah took to Instagram on Friday to share a photo of herself posed with her husband in the stands during Wimbledon’s semifinals as well as a picture of Isner on the tennis court.Disappointment: The Today show anchor traveled to London to watchRoger Federer play at Wimbledon, but he was knocked out before she arrivedMike, 49, looks dapper in a blue suit and tie, and he has his arm around Savannah, who is wearing a ladylike floral dress with delicate lace trim.Both of them have on sunglasses to shield their eyes from the afternoon sun, and the Today show star has a huge smile on her face.Savannah posted a similar photo of herself with her husband on Twitter, but this particular shot shows her wearing a cream brimmed hat.Loss:Like Savannah, Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour likely traveled to London to see Federer play. She wasseen sitting in the highly coveted royal box at center court on FridayAlthough her beloved Roger wasn’t playing, the journalist called it the ‘definition of a perfect day.’She also admitted that she was a bit rowdier than the other fans at the match up.’Very polite here at Wimbledon. I’ve had to adjust my fan game.Savannah certainly got her money’s worth, as Isner and Anderson’s five set match has become the longest semifinal in Wimbledon history.The two have been playing for more than five hours, breaking the previous record of 4 hours, 44 minutes, which was set byNovak Djokovic and Juan Martin during their lengthy five setter in 2013.Disappointment:Federer, 36, was shockingly eliminated from Wimbledon after a marathon five set shoot out in the quarter finals on WednesdayWhile Savannah was an enthusiastic fan, she was likely missing Federer and she wasn’t the only one.Anna Wintour, a close friend and fan of the tennis star,was also at Wimbledon on Friday, sitting in the highly coveted royal box at center court.Like Savannah, thelegendary Vogue editor in chief likely traveled to London to see Federer play and was disappointed that he was eliminated.In an article published byTennislast year, Anna went as far as to call herself a Federer ‘groupie.”Fan is quite an understatement,’ she wrote.’I have flown across the world for his tournaments; I’ve endured agony when he’s been a set down and ecstasy when he’s stormed back; I have even missed more than the occasional fashion show all for the privilege of witnessing Roger play what is surely the greatest tennis of all time.’Coping in her own way: Hoda’s comment about the match prompted Savannah to start banging her head against the deskAlthough Anna and Savannah both appeared to be in good spirits on Friday, they had a couple of days to mourn Federer’s shocking loss against Anderson.During Federer’s tense match up on Wednesday, Savannah posted a picture of herself biting her thumbnail.The photo was followed by a snapshot of herone year old son, Charley, gleefully dumping a box of Barilla elbow macaroni all over the floor.’Freaking out watching Roger and the baby has the run of the place,’ she captioned the images during the match.Candid: The mom posted a snap of her one year old son, Charley, dumping dry macaroni all over the floor, writing:’Freaking out watching Roger and the baby has the run of the place’Savannah is pictured wearing a black baseball cap, which is covering her eyes, while Charley is captured sitting next to an open cabinet, surrounded by dry pasta..