Will Ferrell Interrupts Roger Federer Interview, Goes Full Ron Burgundy

Will Ferrell Interrupts Roger Federer Interview, Goes Full Ron Burgundy

"His name is Will Ferrell".

"You know what? No one is recognising me, and I'm really upset by that", he laughed.

Channelling his inner Anchorman, the Hollywood funnyman said Federer resembled a gazelle during the game, asking if he would describe the game as "a silky gazelle".

Federer replied with an unreturnable serve out wide and an outrageous down-the-line forehand to close the idea down.

"I had a lot of frequent flyer miles and I needed to get rid of them".

Ferrell quipped: "Not if they're fast enough". Not Will. Will asked what we're all thinking: Is Roger Federer a witch or a vampire? The most interesting post-match interview in the history of tennis was done.

"The moment that happens, there's not the same increases any more, so players have to rally, get back together again, put in the effort."The Grand Slams know that".

Roger Federer and Simona Halep continue to cruise in the Australian Open, and will play in third-round matches on Friday.


Belgian seventh seed David Goffin was knocked out in the second round, going down 1-6 7-6 (7-5) 6-1 7-6 (7-4) to 36-year-old Julien Benneteau, the world number 59. On serve, the German had a point for a 4-1 lead, though failed to capitalize and Federer broke back immediately.

But somehow, for some reason, last night Ferrell trotted out onto centre court at Rod Laver Arena to snatch a microphone and playfully interview Roger Federer.

The Australian Open began yesterday and is set to finish on the 28 January.

Finally, defending champion Swiss maestro had a tough evening despite winning as he was given a tough contest in a 6-4, 6-4, 7-6 victory over Jan-Lennard Struff.

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He said it was "great to see Johnny Mack too".

"I was thinking a lot about what happened at the tournament a year ago because it was my favourite tournament of the whole season.it was such a surprise", Federer said. I know how much this crowd means to you, they're an wonderful crowd, but does it get annoying when they just scream, "C'mon Roger" over and over again?

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