Anchorman Will Ferrell grills Federer at Australian Open

Posted January 22, 2018

Speaking at a news conference on Thursday, the American actor and comedian said he felt the 19-time grand slam champion was scared of him.

The 14th seed, who is bidding to clinch his sixth Australian Open title, went down in the first set, but he rebounded strongly to eventually outplay Monfils 4-6, 6-3, 6-1, 6-3 in a thrilling second-round clash at the Melbourne Park. Not the preferred time recovery etc.

As reported by the Daily Telegraph, Federer was very complimentary of his opponent after the match.

"I run around the backhand presently. I did my job in two sets against someone that's been troubling in the past for me", she said afterwards.

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Even though Bedene was never expected to be a match for Federer, it was still a positive for Federer to see his fitness and conditioning so good after a week off court. "I was quite hungry - and at the same time I had to check!" "I think he was a fascinating character". While India cricket captain Virat Kohli lost his cool when he was merely asked if he had played his "best XI" after the Test series defeat in South Africa, Federer maintained his humour and composure.

"I don't feel the pressure of being world number one".

"Nothing else is on my mind".

Federer backed the stance, saying that the current agreement no longer suitably rewarded the players, who reportedly split around seven per cent of the revenue from the grand slam tournaments.

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Maria Sharapova will take centre stage on Rod Laver Arena against Angelique Kerber in what is shaping as a fascinating encounter between the only two former Australian Open winners left in the women's draw.

Next up is in-form 2016 Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber, who beat Donna Vekic in two easy sets as she starts to rediscover her best again after a miserable previous year.

The two greats of the game - who have won 11 Australian Opens between them - could meet in the last four if they maintain their winning ways, but both have tricky third-round tests ahead.

The Swiss star is a consummate media performer and regularly conducts his post-match interviews in multiple languages for the large global press contingent that hang on his every word.

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