Roger Federer’s exploits on the tennis court are usually soundtracked by a heady mixture of awestruck gasps and fervent cheering.
But in this new sync with Wilson to promote the RF97 racket, the 20-time Grand Slam champion hooks up with Beastie Boys collaborator Money Mark, using on-court sounds – punched forehand, the pop of a new can of balls – to create an original song.
Deep in the Californian desert, the pair collaborated on a sleek, inventive film, cutting a ...
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