Originally Posted by BreakPoint
When people see him wearing it on TV, people will flock to the stores or to TW and buy the shoes thinking that since Federer is the best mover and has the best footwork in tennis, that if they bought the same shoes that they could also move like Federer, or at the very least, improve their footwork. This may or may not be the case since the shoe they are buying is not the same shoe as the one Federer wears.
So let me try to get this straight (as if that's ever possible with you)...
You say that no-one is buying/using the K-90 tennis racquet because of Federer's influence, but people will be flocking to the stores to buy the shoes that Federer appears to be wearing.
So people want to wear the 'same' shoes as Federer, but not play with the 'same' racquet as Federer. That is what you're saying.
But, then again, you yourself did also say that what you write in one thread has nothing to do with what you write in another thread. And this fact is painfully (and humorously) obvious to a growing number of people here.