Roger Federer advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2013 bet-at-home Open in Hamburg with a straight sets, 6-4 6-3 win over qualifier Jan Hajek. The Swiss maestro struggled at times on his serve, serving only 52%, but managed to hit 7 aces and win over 70% of points. He is using a new Wilson 98 square inch racquet in Hamburg this week. However, he needed six match points to finally book his place in the quarterfinals, where he will face Florian Mayer.
Read the editorial, Roger Federer: Astonishing Legacy.
See more photos and video of Roger Federer testing blacked out Wilson racquet here.
Federer advances to Hamburg quarterfinals (close up view of his new Wilson 98 racquet).