Limited Edition Laver Cup Pro Staff RF97 Autograph – As Chicago hosts the second edition of the Laver Cup, Wilson Tennis, headquartered in the heart of the city, is releasing a vibrant, all-red (infrared) limited edition version of Roger Federer’s Pro Staff RF97 Autograph racket. The Swiss maestro will play with the exclusive racket just for this weekend. The special racket carries all of the same specifications as his 2018 Pro Staff RF97, but debuts in an infrared color design, with matte finish around the racket, highlighted by glossy red at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock sides of the frame.

From Wilson Tennis:

Wilson is paying tribute to Roger Federer, the greatest men’s singles tennis player of all time, with a vibrant, limited edition Pro Staff RF97 Autograph racket just for the 2018 Laver Cup. Roger Federer will play the Cup with this exclusive racket in hand.

Complete with Roger Federer’s signature etched into the inner throat, this racket sports a classy, electrifying red look.

This racket will be available for purchase on September 21, the first day of the 2018 Laver Cup. Fans and players can purchase the racket on www.wilson.com and at select tennis retailers worldwide. The Limited Edition Laver Cup Pro Staff RF97 Autograph racket will retail for $299.00 (USD) / 320€.

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Special racket features include:

  • Roger Federer’s signature etched in silver appears on the inner throat of the racket
  • Braided Graphite composition delivers a pure, consistent feel, and its
  • Clean, simple design is grounded in a vibrant red matte finish; the signature color of the Wilson brand.

The Limited Edition Laver Cup Pro Staff RF97 Autograph is available online at Wilson Tennis, Tennis Warehouse, Tennis Express, and Midwest Sports.

Limited Edition Laver Cup Pro Staff RF97 Autograph

Limited Edition Laver Cup Pro Staff RF97 Autograph

Limited Edition Laver Cup Pro Staff RF97 Autograph