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Roger Federer dons Google Glass to show what it’s like having a ball fly toward you at 120 mph

22
May
2014

Tennis fans might marvel at the quick reaction times of their favorite players, especially since most professional serves for men’s tennis average between 120 and 130 miles per hour. Now tennis legend Roger Federer has done a cool new promotion with Google in which he wears Google Glass to give us a first-hand look at what it’s like having a ball fly toward you at an insanely fast speed. It’s an almost certain bet that Federer will not be allowed to bring Glass with him to Wimbledon next month, but from the footage Google showed it doesn’t look as through the headset impeded his vision in any way or distracted him while playing. You can check out the full video

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