Originally Posted by JGads
Actually it's a conversation piece, a sharp looking shoe and will forever be undefeated in its Wimbledon history.
That's how I see that too. One single match, one victory, the first and unique shoes of a 7 time defending champion. Only played on central court. Probably the unique banned shoes in history. And before all the only shoes that suited his outfit!! (because the white ones he wore in his second match are the same generic shoes as worn by Dimitrov, Berdych and so on...)