Roger Federer Signed and Framed LED Tennis Display
Swiss born Roger Federer has won 20+ Grand Slam men's singles titles. He has been world No. 1 in the ATP rankings over 300 weeks, including a record 237 consecutive weeks and has finished as the year-end No. 1 five times, and not forgetting his gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Federer has played in an era where he dominated men's tennis and is widely considered one of the greatest male tennis players of all-time and has made him highly popular around the world. We are offering you the chance to own a slice of sporting history with this piece of exquisite framed LED lit memorabilia signed by the Legend himself, Roger Federer.
The design, style and position of each signature may vary slightly from the one in the photo with LED lighting to really bring the piece alive
Each piece of memorabilia comes with its own official certificate of authenticity which will serve as proof that your item is 100% authentic and certified.
Frame size: 80cms (H) x 65cms (W)
Frame colour: Black
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