Wilson Roger Federer Platinum Racket Package

Jan 30, 2018

Category: Gear

Greatness is rare. Longevity? Even harder to come by. The two put together, however, is almost unheard of – which is why Roger Federer’s 20th (!) Grand Slam is such a remarkable achievement. To celebrate this highlight in Federer’s decades-long, Wilson has released a special Roger Federer Platinum Racket Package.

This release from Wilson features a platinum-coated Pro StaffRF97 autograph racket highlighting all of the Swiss champ’s Grand Slams since the early aughts, a signed tennis ball from Federer’s 20th win at the Australian Open, as well as 20 mini posters and a display case. Only twenty of these will be produced (get it?), with half the proceeds going to the Roger Federer foundation, and another 50% going to Wilson and its philanthropic partners.

Purchase: $20,000

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