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A man of many talents, Roger Federer puts his cross-training skills to the test wearing the new Nike Free Trainer 5.0 as he looks to backhand a pesky opponent in a new Nike film.
Built for multi-directional movement, the Nike Free Trainer 5.0 mimics the natural motion of the foot with its Chinese finger trap-inspired upper and Nike Free sole.
Designed as one of the most versatile men’s training shoes, it provides Federer with lightweight comfort and supportive lockdown for training in the gym or living room, on the field or street.
Like the Chinese finger trap toy, the upper consists of intertwined bands that are soft and pliable. When the foot is at rest or moving forward or backward, the bands are flexible and compliant. When pressure is applied from side-to-side movement, the bands engage and tighten around the foot for enhanced support.
Directed by Adam Hashemi, “Fly Swatter” was filmed in a private home in Meilen, Switzerland, just o...
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There was some interesting tennis played last night, but the news that Ana Ivanovic and Aga Radwanska lost didn't shock near as much as Roger Federer's new haircut. The man known for his curly, perfect locks has gone and chopped them all off. This is the result.
For Roger’s latest swat conquest, he takes on the illusive fly. A commercial released today for the Nike Free Trainer 5.0, shows how the shoe mimics the natural motion of the foot with its Chinese finger trap-inspired upper and Nike Free sole. See what fate the little buzzer suffers as Fererer tries his best to use his tennis skills in house.
Roger Federer recently got a haircut and is no longer sporting his typical long-haired look on the court.
Fed made quick work of Potito Starace in the second round of the BNL d’Italia on Tuesday, winning 6-1, 6-2 in just 51 minutes. He had 35 winners compared to just eight unforced errors, and he broke serve four times.
Federer was wearing a rarely seen look, too. He got a haircut...
Roger Federer and Andy Murray have added their voices to those of Nicolas Almagro, Andy Roddick and Mardy Fish in support of gay rights. Both Federer and Murray do not think a homosexual player coming out would be an issue for the ATP and believe tennis is accepting of different sexualities. "I don't think it would be a problem," Federer said. "We're very ...
Check out Josh Berry's amazing impressions of Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic. We guarantee your jaw will be hanging open by the end of the video.
We have no idea who this guy is, but there's no denying his unbelievable talent. Let's hope he releases more impressions in the future.