ROGER FEDERER: I mean, I definitely think him winning the US Open, like Stan winning here a few years ago, it gave them great belief they can do it. If the big moments come about, that they can attain this level. Not easily, but they can get there from time to time. Q. Amazing at your age, with respect. Take it back 10 years, how do you feel now going into the final of the Australian Open compared to 10 years ago? ROGER FEDERER: Hmm. I mean, it's obviously a totally different life, you know.
Roger Federer has stood up to criticism of the Australian Open's organizers after Johanna Konta called the late finishes to each day's play "dangerous." The number of matches going the distance has forced Australian Open's organizers to extend the day to keep the tournament on schedule. And while Konta has been a vocal opponent of those late matches this week, the organizers were backed by six-time Australian Open champion Federer, who said that playing late into the night was a regular part of life in Grand Slam tournaments. "It's just what we do," said the Swiss star when asked about late-starting matches. "I think as tennis players you have to be flexible, especially in the head. We don't know if we play at 11:
Roger Federer 29-01-18 interview. Interviews 1517146567. Final def. Cilic 6-2 6-7 6-3 3-6 6-1. Roger Federer has become the first man to win 20 Grand Slam titles, taking his sixth Australian Open win after his victory over Marin Cilic, AO2018. Federer's 20th victory speech.
Watch: Will Ferrell Does Surprise Interview With Roger Federer at Australian Open. Videos. Photos. Federer dispatched Slovenia’s Aljaz Bedene in the first round on Tuesday and Will Ferrell was on hand to ask him the tough questions after the match. "Roger, would you describe your game as a silky gazelle?" Anchorman hits @rogerfederer with the hard questions 😂#AusOpen pic.twitter.com/l6gAphIqKh. — #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 16, 2018. No offense to Farrell but we’re going to need someone with some better reporting chops if we’re going to find out for real how Federer remains invincible to age. I don’t think wallaby meat is the answer. You May Like.
This week's issue of TIME features a story on Roger Federer, who on Jan. 29 became the oldest man in 45 years to win a Grand Slam singles final when he beat his arch-rival and nemesis, Rafael Nadal, in a five-set classic. Federer, 35, won his 18th Slam—adding to his all-time men's record—after missing the last six months of the 2016 season because of a knee injury. At best, he thought he could reach the quarterfinals of this year's Aussie Open. On Feb. 1, three days after his stunning victory, TIME spoke to Federer by phone—he was at his house in the Swiss alps. You can read the
Will Ferrell hijacked the Australian Open and Roger Federer was his hostage. In bizarre scenes following the Swiss maestro’s 6-3 6-4 6-3 win over Aljaz Bedene on Tuesday night, the Hollywood icon walked onto the court and stole the limelight from the 19-time grand slam champion with an interview as awkward as what you’d expect given the role he’s played that will define the actor’s legacy. Famous for — among other things — playing bumbling newsreader Ron Burgundy in Anchorman and Anchorman 2, Ferrell slipped seamlessly into character as he peppered Federer with a barrage of questions we can sa
Roger Federer is used to being asked questions following a match, but he never expected this at the Australian Open. John McEnroe was in the middle of a post-match interview with Federer when he told the Swiss superstar that a very special guest had a few questions. A confused Federer obliged, with Will Ferrell walking out onto the court with some pointed questions, all in his patented Ron Burgundy voice. Here’s a collection of the best exchanges: Ferrell: “Would you describe your game as a silky gazelle? Federer: “Maybe. Maybe not. A gazelle?
Australian Open men's final: Federer defeats Cilic to win 20th grand slam title – video highlights. Roger Federer has time for everyone: opponents, fans, umpires, even the media – but nowhere in the world away from his mountain retreat does the mutual love and respect between the Swiss and his followers seem louder and more unconditional than in Melbourne. Federer has sailed serenely on, inhabiting a cloud that is eternally silver-lined. And he shows no sign of leaving the stage. It is 15 years since he appeared in the first of his 30 grand slam finals, when he beat Mark Philippoussis at Wimbledon. As he wandered from one interview to another, passing the tournament staff and fans who did not want to go home, he never stopped smiling. “Thank you guys,” he shouted to them. “Thank you for your support.”
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MELBOURNE, Australia — It was Roger Federer’s unlikeliest victory in a Grand Slam tournament — quite a statement for a 35-year-old who has now won 18 of them. But where else should one rank this Australian Open, where Federer was rightfully viewed as an underdog? Where he arrived seeded just 17th, having not played an official tournament for more than six months? Where he faced his friendly rival Rafael Nadal in the final on sore legs? Even Federer’s own expectations were tempered for a change. “I would have said a great event would be quarters,” Federer said. “Fourth round would be nice.”. Fe
He may not be a great singer but on the tennis court at the Australian Open, Roger Federer has hit all the right notes in his comeback from a six-month layoff "I think I found a weakness in you," the retired four-time grand slam winner said. "I thought it was terrible acoustics in that room," Federer countered, drawing laughs from his adoring public at Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena. "I thought Tommy saved us. He sang the song many, many times. "And Grigor, I think he just looks good. His voice is terrible," smiled Federer, referring to his pal, the form
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Australian Open 2017 final highlights: Post Match Interview: One of the greatest rivalry not only in Tennis but sports in general is set to resume as Roger Federer takes on Rafael Nadal in the 2017 Australian Open final this Sunday, 29th January 2017. Last time these two meet in a major final was in the same competition back in 2014 and since than both have struggled to win matches let alone trophies. Its a massive game and fans of both players could not have asked a better final. Federer has won 17 grand slam titles while Nadal is stuck at 14 for quite some time. Aussie Open 2017 given a superb oppertunity for both the players to add one more title to their name and its even more important considering both of them are in the twilight of their careers. Federer vs Nadal Head to Head Record: Looking at their record, Nadal clearly leads the head to head battle with 23 wins overall compared to Federer’s 11.
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The 2017 Australian Open Men's Singles final was the championship tennis match of the Men's Singles tournament at the 2017 Australian Open. It was contested between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, ranked 17th and 9th in the world respectively. It was their record ninth meeting in a Grand Slam final in their rivalry, and their 1st meeting in a Grand Slam final since the 2011 French Open. In a rematch of the 2009 Australian Open final, which Nadal won in 5 sets, Roger Federer won the duel in 5 sets
Will Ferrell channeled his "Anchorman" character, Ron Burgundy, for a zany interview with Roger Federer at the Australian Open. Federer quickly denies the scandalous scuttlebutt. Too bad, Ferrell implies. "It is delicious, the national food of Australia," he informs the courtside sports fans. Savannah Guthrie admits her obsession with Roger Federer on 'Ellen'. Oct. 5, 201701:21. The comedian wraps up the wacky Q&A with a slightly altered version of Ron Burgundy's famous sign-off, telling viewers, "Stay classy, Melbourne." Watch the interview in the video above!