Roger Federer And Rafael Nadal Spend Time In The Snow For New Louis Vuitton Campaign [Video]

by Staff | May 18th, 2024, 10:42 am
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Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal got back together as part of a new Louis Vuitton campaign called “Core Values.”

“It’s a unique opportunity to be working on this campaign with Rafa. How we could be such rivals and then at the end of our careers be beside each other doing this campaign has been very cool. And where we are here today, I think it also embodies everything: at the peak of the mountains. For us it is something meaningful and special,” Federer said.

The two tennis greats met at the top of a snow covered mountain of all places! In the video, Nadal doesn’t look to thrilled about being in the snow while Federer is his jovial self.


“Climbing the summit of Italy’s Dolomites equipped with a signature touch from the Maison, two of tennis’s most revered legends, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, embark on a journey of ambition, devotion, and discovery,” the campaign read.

Award-winning photographer Annie Leibovitz captured the action on print while the film crew shot the behind-the-scenes video.

“I know how many important icons have been part of this campaign, so for me personally, being part of it is something that I am very proud of, especially sharing it with Roger; he has been my biggest rival and now a close friend today. In my career, I achieved more than I ever dreamt of, so at the end of the day, the legacy in terms of human beings is the most important value,” Nadal said.


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12 Comments for Roger Federer And Rafael Nadal Spend Time In The Snow For New Louis Vuitton Campaign [Video]

Alison hodge Says:

This is beautiful tennis two most loved players, pretty cool 🎾


skeezer Says:

“.. they exemplify the pinnacle of athleticism and dedication.”.

Along with their unselfish commitment to better the sport. This tennis era they manifested stands alone.


skeezer Says:

“… so at the end of the day, the legacy in terms of human beings is the most important value,” Nadal said.”

Perfectly said Rafa!


Alison hodge Says:

Indeed perfectly said Rafa, perfectly said Skeezer 🤗


Wog Boy Says:

“… so at the end of the day, the legacy in terms of human beings is the most important value,” Nadal said.”

When you realise that GOAT debate has been done and dusted and you can’t be the one…


Okiegal Says:

These two awesome athletes are loved beyond measure. They did not have to beg the crowd for approval. That was already achieved when they walked out on the court!!
Love watching these two compete. Roger is missed so mych and Rafa will soon be joining him in retirement. Not gonna lie, it’s gonna be a sad time for me. The end of an era! I don’t have high hopes for Rafa and the Frenchie. He drew the worst possible first rounder, Sasha! He just won a tournament and is ridding high! Best of luck to my guy!! I’ll be in Rafa’s corner to the bitter end!! VAMOS!!


Madmax Says:

Wog Boy Says:
“… so at the end of the day, the legacy in terms of human beings is the most important value,” Nadal said.”

When you realise that GOAT debate has been done and dusted and you can’t be the one…

May 21st, 2024 at 6:36 pm

Wog Boy you are so Wog BO(RING)Y.

Give it up already. Still the same. Who even talked about the GOAT here? You? You still got real hang ups Wog Boring.


chrisford1 Says:

Part of the problem as I see it is the “Two Wonderful Human Being Legacies” vs. Novak is rooted in politics. Good nation vs. bad nation.
Good people from the West, vs. evil people from the East that must be bombed and disparaged at any opportunity. With Western Elites fawning over Westerners, Chinese for some reason, and that breathtaking Beacon of Freedom and Democracy – Ukraine! Not people like Djokovic, who comes from a nation demonized in its day by the NATO people who bombed it as much as they demonize most Brown people, Russians and Belarussians now.

Another part is the half-tarded Nadal remark about his legacy as a human being….Great if it was coming from a 75-year old Nadal looking back on his whole life. But his present legacy as a human being is as the 2nd or 3rd best tennis player ever, a wealthy young man from that, lover of sea, and an Armani underwear butt model. Wog Boy is right to question “what legacy”?
I think he and Roger will come out fine in the end, in terms of “life’s legacy” – but so will Novak.

We are also seeing Tennis get gripped into a full frontal Pride, DEI uber alles, Slava Ukrainia, “always root for the non-white to win” – media narratives in US and UK media narratives.
Australia, which is the cane toad of global leftists – got gripped into demonization of their own great past tennis heroes like Margaret Court Smith for being religious, in full grip of Leftist vaccine fascism, and “we are guilty colonialists” groveling.


Wog Boy Says:

CF1,

If I am allowed….👏👏👏


Alison hodge Says:

Just wanted to say, even though he’s not there, HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Mr Rafael Nadal, our beloved KING of CLAY🎂👑🎁🍰


zed Says:

Yep Happy Birthday Rafa, shame he could not celebrate it still playing in this year’s French Open but it is what it is.

38 years old and Novak 37, we are soooo close to end for the most amazing era of tennis ever.

Novak incredibly making it to the quarter finals but now having to face much tougher opponents. The path forward looks like Ruud, Zverev and then either Alcaraz or Sinner in the final.

I can’t see him getting through those three matches despite wanting it for him as much as I do.


Okiegal Says:

Joker doesn’t have to worry about facing anyone, he’s out of the Frenchie…. due to injury.


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