Roger Federer 15 Majors Nike Commercial

Even Michael Jordan Is Impressed By Roger Federer And His 15 Majors

7/5/09 in Tennis   |   Pat   |   5233 respect

If you watched Roger Federer and Andy Roddick's marathon 5th set all the way to the end, then you probably saw this awesome tribute to Federer, which was played immediately after the match.

The commercial features some of the all time greats, both in tennis and and other sports, congratulating Federer on his record-breaking 15th Major championship. It's definitely a fitting tribute to one of the greatest athletes of all time.
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7/6/09   |   jess_tee

 a total bummer for nadal and roddick. nadal = he's got unfortunate! roddick = well, he played the best tennis but he's best wasn't good enough for federer.... a total bummer for both of them.....

well, i gotta love the new number now = 15...... i think federer deserves it. can't wait to see if nadal could ever dethrone him again.....

7/6/09   |   djjfrench   |   67 respect

That Love 15 black and white picture is fresh.  We all knew this would have happened no surprise nothing to see here but domination just move along people.

7/6/09   |   lleedubb   |   32 respect

Congratulations Fed-ex!!,  you play tennis like you were born with a racket in your hand!!  (would'nt you feel a little better though if you had to go through Raf' to get this one??)

7/5/09   |   BluDevil   |   618 respect

Federer, and Nike, are really, really lucky that Nadal was hurt for this tournament and for the French. Otherwise Federer might have been stuck at 14 to end his career.

7/5/09   |   Skarbux

I was really cheering for Roddick. He played a great tournament.

7/5/09   |   elevenbravo138again   |   1163 respect

It's funny I heard more about the early career of  Courier, Chang, Sampras, Becker heck even Mats Vilander than Federer's, I heard a little about him, he seemed to be a good all court player but I wasn't hearing he was the next great one, then boom he was taking tennis over on the men's side.  He is an incredible technician and a relentless competitor despite his cool demeanor.

7/5/09   |   icedee   |   170 respect

WOW, They are going to be calling him Roger "Unstoppable" Federer. You heard it here first on the Q.