Roger Federer BLX Racquet Association Commercial [Video]
by Tom Gainey | September 4th, 2010, 3:21 pm

Roger Federer and Wilson released a new BLX commercial this week during the US Open. This follow-up to their first BLX commercial spot again casts the Swiss in the role of psychologist.

“Let’s try a little free racquet association…Basalt…BLX…”, Federer tells his patient.

The kicker, “My work is done. Now get up. You’re sweating on my couch.”

You can see Federer and his Wilson BLX right now. Fed is about to take the court against Paul-Henri Mathieu in the third round at the US Open.

Here’s the commercial from Wilson:

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3 Comments for Roger Federer BLX Racquet Association Commercial [Video]

Hypnos Says:

I get the sense that they needed 100 takes to finish the commercial because Federer couldn’t stop laughing.

For example:

Roger Federer Commerical Outtakes [Video] Says:

[...] has just released outtakes of their recent BLX commercial featuring Roger [...]

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