Now Juan Martin Del Potro Has His Own ESPN Sportscenter Commercial [Video]
by Tom Gainey | October 5th, 2013, 4:50 pm

Just before the US Open Rafael Nadal visited the ESPN headquarters in Bristol, CT to fill a new commercial for the sports giant. And now former US Open champion Juan Martin Del Potro has his own.

“I had fun shooting this SportsCenter commercial. Hope you like it…” Del Potro tweeted yesterday.

So far so good for the Argentine. Since the commercial went viral earlier in the week he’s reached the finals in Tokyo where tomorrow he’ll face Milos Raonic.

Del Potro joins Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Roddick as US Open winners with their own ESPN ad. When will Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray get their own>

Here’s the new spot which airs on the Latin American version of the network:

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2 Comments for Now Juan Martin Del Potro Has His Own ESPN Sportscenter Commercial [Video]

Tennis X Hippy Chic Says:

I hope Delpo bags this title,he and Milos have played great tennis this week,although i would love to see Delpo hit some form going into next year,great to see JJ on the womens side playing so well again to make the final,bouncing back after loosing that 1st set to completely outplay Kvitova in the second and third sets,i wouldnt give her or anyone else much hope against Serena though,everyone else seems to be playing for RU spot when they face Serena these days.

queen Says:

So happy for Delpo. Hope he goes all the way in Shanghai. Don’t want to see another rafa-la bufon final!!!

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