Um....no. Wilson is trying to sell his CURRENT racquet. That's why they keep future products a well guarded secret. Just like car companies do. They don't want Federer to be saying to the public - "What else have you got?" That makes customers think that Federer doesn't think his current racquet that Wilson is trying to sell is so great. Wilson wants Federer to say that his current racquet is so great that there's no need for him to keep asking Wilson for other racquets to test. Remember, it's not Wilson asking him to test new racquets so they can market a new frame, it's Federer asking Wilson for new racquets to test. He wouldn't do that if he was 100% satisfied with his current racquet. Yet, Wilson sells millions of Tour 90s because it's the "best" racquet for Federer. We're talking about the marketing message that Wilson wants to send to the racquet buying public. It's already been backed up by others. No need for me to reinvent the wheel. Yeah, it was a video with Annacone standing next to Federer on the court, not the millions of other videos of Federer practicing where he's just hitting with someone. Yeah, I analyzed it and determined it was a bigger racquet than his 90. Done deal. If you're a non-believer than that's YOUR problem, isn't it? Not mine. Um....Federer lost in the quarters of Wimbledon in 2011 so he had at least a week and a half to hit with a new racquet. And who said that was the first time he ever hit with it? That's enough for him to try it in the 1st set of his DC match. Heck, Blake tried using Wilson BLX Six-One 90s in all of his Australian Open matches a couple of years ago on a whim. And Agassi walked into a pro shop and bought a few retail Head Instincts during a French Open and used them for his matches. You don't give the pros enough credit for their ability to quickly adjust. Isn't it common wisdom that Federer could play with anything, including a frying pan?