Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 5/14/13
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 and his hair is now cropped pretty tightly on the sides and much shorter on the top. When he first came on tour, he had a ponytail. In recent years, he still wore his hair long on top so that it spilled over his headband while he played. Though he still wore a headband on Tuesday, Federer didn’t have to worry about his hair getting in his face. Below are a few more looks at his new ‘do: Roger Federer’s new hair cut. twitter.com/alvarorama/sta… — Álvaro Rama(@alvarorama) May 14, 2013 It seems Mr.Federer has had a hair cut.. twitter.com/FedererTeam/st… — Roger Federer (@FedererTeam) May 14, 2013 He kind of looks like Quentin Tarantino in that profile shot, huh? Federer’s haircut is not quite as drastic of a change as Tim Lincecum, but it’s still pretty noticeable.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.

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