The world has witnessed Roger Federer as the face of tennis for close to two decades now. His warm and welcoming personality has made him a part of many big companies and brands. Presently, the Swiss maestro has found himself in the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class commercial that talks about ‘caring for what matters’. Along with tennis’ World No. 5, British racing driver Lewis Hamilton and American singer-songwriter Alicia Keys are also a part of this advert.
The 39 years-old didn’t see much of the tennis court in 2020 after his knee injury in Australia. However, Roger brought many surprises to his fans from outside of the court. Only recently, he announced the return of his iconic RF logo and greeted his fans with a new line of caps. Even the Mercedes campaign reflects on Federer’s care for his fans.
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In the commercial, the narrator claims that professional athletes cannot stay up late. On the previous note, the Swiss maestro is seen signing tennis balls late at night. Federer has always led the way in making fans a major part of his journey.
The narrator also states that Federer can’t find time for his fans. Over that, the record 8 times Wimbledon winner is seen passing a tennis ball to his fan.
One thing that has lifted Roger above many other legends are his fans, even more than his 20 Grand Slams. After receiving so much love, it is only natural for him to never stop at what he does best. As a result, he has committed himself to compete in the next season and even set big goals.
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Coming back from knee surgery in tennis is considered one of the toughest of challenges. Given his age, it only becomes more unfavorable for Federer to compete at his highest level. This will also be the first time that the Swiss maestro will play in quarantine conditions.
Despite many questions, fans will be more than excired to see the 6 times Australian Open champion take on Melbourne Park. Will Federer be able to hold his own against the demands of the tournament and the next generation players?
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