Professional tennis champion Roger Federer has been the talk of YouTube and media this week after a video was released showing a trick shot that has people wondering if it was 'doctored' and fake.
Roger Federer was shooting a Gillette commercial in Switzerland when he had a crew member put a metal bottle on his head. After twice telling the man, " make sure you don't move", he knocked the bottle off the guy's head with a powerful and accurate serve. And then he repeated the performace a second time with the same accuracy.
Now the big question that has everyone talking after the video has been seen somewhere between one and two million times, was this shot real or fake?
According to Sky News, a Gillette spokesman said: "All we'll say at the moment is we'll leave the 'real or fake' debate up to the viewers, but the evidence is there to see."
ESPN wrote that Federer was asked directly if the video is real, after his opening match on Wednesday at the Cincinnati Masters.
Federer said: "Not saying that." He then teasingly added, "a magician doesn't tell how his tricks work."