Found June 19, 2013 on Tennis Grand Stand:
Roger Federer and Serena Williams, tennis legends turned into Wilson Tennis comedians (June 19, 2013) Wilson Tennis has unmasked their latest promotional videos for their Steam racquet line that utilizes Spin Effect technology, turning tennis veterans Roger Federer and Serena Williams into quite convincing comedians. In one of the videos, Federer dons a fake mustache as he hits the courts with a practice partner that looks eerily similar to another Wilson Tennis athlete, German Philipp Kohlschreiber. Federer’s comedic timing is impeccable as he first stumps his rival on the court, and then pleasantly introduces his secret weapon, the Spin Effect technology. I guess there is hope for us normal folks to play like the King of Tennis after all! We all also know that Serena Williams is quite a character as well, and her nerdy alter ego “Summer” didn’t disappoint. Sporting black hipster glasses and a floppy hat, “Summer”  steps in to replace an instructor for a clinic. While the kids que...
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