Credit Suisse Enrolls Roger Federer Into Acting School [Video]
by Tom Gainey | June 15th, 2011, 4:30 pm

Credit Suisse and Roger Federer have released a new video on youtube. This latest installment from the Swiss financial giant gives another behind the scenes look at the making of an ad campaign from Federer’s viewpoint.

Federer speaks in German so any translations are appreciated.

Federer will learn his Wimbledon draw on Friday. The six time champion will be seeded third behind Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic when the draw is unveiled on Friday.

Federer and Credit Suisse have teamed for several other videos this year:

Roger Federer is Soaking Wet in Latest Credit Suisse Commercial
Let Roger Federer Tell You His Secret to Success
Watch Roger Federer Do Absolutely Nothing, And Do it Well

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4 Comments for Credit Suisse Enrolls Roger Federer Into Acting School [Video]

Humble Rafa Says:

Who cares whether his seeding is 2 or 3. For someone who belongs in the “trunk” full time, it doesn’t matter, does it?

I hope Roger ends up in the trunk after winning Wimbledon. “Roger, lost 2 sets in 2 weeks, no magic anymore.” Should be fun!

Anna Says:

While shopping at Costco yesterday I found Roger staring at me from the side of a rather large box. I had to do a double take, but sure enough it was him. He’s selling a swiss coffee machine for $500.00 dollars. As much as I love Roger, my $100.00 Keurig brews my coffee just fine.

Humble Rafa Says:

Roger is royal! Royalty is not cheap.

Dory Says:

Wow what eyebrows.

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