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Signed Self-Portrait & Racquet

20.11.2010 | Off Court, Starseite 3

In celebration of Roger's qualification for the 2010 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, the ATP has released his one-of-a-kind self-portrait and racquet for auction! Created using paint covered tennis balls, the piece marks Roger's participation in this year’s season-ending event.

The unique 'Art Of Tennis' collection will be exhibited at the O2 from 21-28 November during the week of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals.

"It was great fun being invited to create my self portrait and I'm excited to see how the finished piece looks. Raising money for charity is always a great thing so already I would like to thank people who will buy these pictures and it's going to be for a good cause. I'm happy I can help a bit. I am very happy as it is the ninth consecutive year I have qualified for the year-end event. I have played in a lot of different venues during my career and I can say they staged a fantastic event at The O2 last year. I look forward to returning there in November and finishing the season strong." said Roger.

Specific details about the art work

  • Acrylic paint
  • 1220mm (48 in.) x 1400 mm ( 55 in.) x 25 mm (1 in.)
  • 5kg (11 lbs)
  • Comes with signed player racquet used to make paintingNo Returns


Support the Roger Federer Foundation & Save The Children
All money raised through the online auction will be donated to charity, with 50% of funds going towards Save the Children - the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals official charity - and the remaining 50% going towards Roger's charity of choice, the Roger Federer Foundation.


Watch Roger create his self-portrait


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11/21/2010 | 04:02 AM
Dear Roger:
CONGRATULATIONS! for ATP Fan's Choice of the year!!!! (We are always with you!!!)
Good luck tomorrow, Champ!!!
11/21/2010 | 03:47 AM
Can't bid, but the self-portrait is priceless. Go for it Rogi fans who have the means to bid on this item. It's for a good cause, and honors a great man and athlete.
11/21/2010 | 12:43 AM
You are an artist, all around! It is pleasing, proportional, and recognizable. As for the tournament--why is it best 2 sets only for the top eight players is a bit of a mystery to me, as I see it as not having enough scope--put your stamp on it. They have their different styles, but not all that different, yet no one with your arsenal and genius. Let it out, Roger. ( Sweep all aside, as is right!)
11/21/2010 | 12:07 AM
It is for a great cause!
11/20/2010 | 10:40 PM
What a great picture !!!
Congratulations Roger.. Is Perfect .. Like You!!
I Love You ..
11/20/2010 | 10:39 PM
What a great picture !!!
Congratulations Roger.. Is Perfect .. Like You!!
I Love You ..
11/20/2010 | 09:01 PM
Every moment u make us proud u realy good person as great player thank u to great job with ur foundtion
11/20/2010 | 08:33 PM
let's go roger >> go and finish this season with the best way in london . get it man . we all with u . cheer up and be upbeat .
11/20/2010 | 08:33 PM
I wish I could bid on it , Roger...but I'm a poor college student :(
One day I will I promise! :)
11/20/2010 | 08:31 PM
What a great picture !!!
Congratulations Roger.. Is Perfect .. Like You!!
I Love You ..
And Im Sure You Will Be The Champion!
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