Roger Federer made quick work of Victor Hanescu in Wimbledon’s first round earlier today. The defending men’s champion defeated Hanescu 6-3, 2-6, 0-6, advancing to the second round where he’ll meet Ukraine’s Sergiy Stakhovsky. Federer dominated the opening match, winning 49 out of 56 serve points. This marks his most efficient serving yet, eclipsing his outstanding performance in 2008 with 10 lost service points.
For this red-hot showing, Federer laced up a crisp white colorway of the Nike Zoom Vapor Tour 9 LE. Designed by Tinker Hatfield, this court performer is equipped with Adaptive Fit technology and bouncy Lunarlon cushioning enhanced by heel Zoom Air. If you’re looking to get your Wimbledon on, you can customize a pair suitable for grass courts on Nike iD for $165.