Tennis legend, tennis legend, golfer, tennis star on artificial turf: ‘The only thing that matters is the grass’

Tennis legend and tennis legend Roger Federer is a big believer in artificial turf, and he’s now making his pitch for a new version of the sport.

The 64-year-old tennis star made the comment during an interview with ESPN on Wednesday when asked about his new book, The Tennis Way, that includes a section on artificial surfaces.

“We’re talking about a grass that is made of concrete and steel.

It’s very expensive, and it’s very hard to play with,” he said.

“And there’s nothing you can do to alter the way that the grass is laid, so the only thing you can control is the amount of grass that you lay down.”

It’s the only way to play tennis.

I’m not saying that the artificial grass is going to solve all the problems that we have.

It is a good way to create the kind of artificial surface that we need to play on.

But we are in a very, very competitive time.

And the only reason why we’re playing on it is because of the grass.

“Federer, who has long championed the sport’s use of artificial surfaces, said he was more than willing to go against his own fans, who don’t want to see the grass cut.”

The tennis world is split between those who say the artificial turf debate is a waste of time, and those who feel that artificial turf can be used for better than the grass that currently comes from the fields.”

We can make it a good thing.”

The tennis world is split between those who say the artificial turf debate is a waste of time, and those who feel that artificial turf can be used for better than the grass that currently comes from the fields.