Roger Federer Breaks the Speed Limit in New Mercedes-Benz Commercial [Video]
by Tom Gainey | May 6th, 2011
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Another Roger Federer commercial is making the rounds on youtube. This one is from Mercedes-Benz which has the star tennis player trying to improve the radar speed of his serve by driving the ball.

Federer better be driving the ball pretty well when he takes on Robin Soderling in the Mutua Madrid Open Tennis Masters quarterfinals later today. Soderling beat Federer the last time they played on clay at the French Open last year. Federer still leads the Swede 15-1 overall in their career meetings.

Federer became a global partner for Mercedes last May and has been with the luxary car maker since 2008 when he then served as the China ambassador.


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