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Will Ferrell Crashes Roger Federer Interview, Grills Tennis Star As Ron Burgundy

Will Ferrell Crashes Roger Federer Interview, Grills Tennis Star As Ron Burgundy

Comedian Will Ferrell made a surprise appearance at the Australian Open last night, crashing the Channel 7 broadcast and making me temporarily care about tennis. With the Melbourne heat the top-trending topic, Courier did not hesitate to roast Federer probing if the Swiss had specifically asked for night games in comparatively "better conditions".

Clearly still bemused by the freakish interview (as you probably would be, in fairness), the tennis star struggled to drum up some kind of witty answer, and instead awkwardly mumbled: "I don't like either of those".

Roger Federer has answered numerous probing questions throughout his successful career - but it's safe to say, none have been as freakish as those he faced on Tuesday night.

Ferrell continued: "You're 36 years old. I'll keep working hard and see what happens at the end".

The only time Federer looked remotely stumped came during a postmatch interview conducted by United States comedian Will Ferrell who told him that he had played like a "silky gazelle".

The subject has been raised at the Australian Open after Novak Djokovic reportedly initiated a players-only meeting on the eve of the tournament. "Are you a witch or vampire?" and "Have you ever tasted wombat meat?" are just a few of the questions Ferrell lobbed his way. That's when he walked out onto centre court. "I wish they would let loose and be themselves". "I wanted to start with the right intensity, which I have, played ideal tennis in the first couple of sets".

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The player generally considered the greatest ever might well get some special treatment, but unless Tennis Australia decides to convert every outside court into an air-conditioned arena, someone has to courageous the heat.

"I know you guys have a job to do. Is that true?" Ferrell asked.

"Will Ferrell is a bit more intense, I thought".

"I'm happy I'm still part of [the tournament] really, because I knew Struff could be tough today." said the second seed.

"I just want to enjoy the time here even though I'm injured". Doesn't mean it's going to go in, but I don't have much of a backhand. "I'm happy I dodged some questions there".

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