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The 2011 edition of the French Open tournament witnessed the top four seeds advancing to the semifinals.  Roger Federer was trying to become the first male player in the Open Era and the third man overall to achieve a double career grand slam.  Rafael Nadal was the defending champion and matched up in a superstar final against Federer, successfully defending his title, defeating his longtime rival 7–5, 7–6(7–3), 5–7, 6–1 to win the Men's Singles tennis title.  Although this was the sixth time that Nadal won the French Open, this was the first time since 2001 in which the men's top seed won the French Open. 

Offered here is an incredible piece of tennis history, a red and white Wilson Sixone tour tennis racquet that was signed in black Sharpie by Roger Federer and comes with exceptional provenance, from Federer’s Agent Anthony L. Godsick from IMG attributing the racquet to use by Federer during this historic French Open finale.  The letter is dated February 23, 2012 only seven months after the tournament concluded.  The racquet has been signed once by Federer and comes with a LOA from Beckett Authentication.

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Minimum Bid: $400.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $55,350.00
Number Bids: 40
Auction closed on Monday, November 2, 2020.
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