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When you mix the snarky but hilarious Andy Roddick with the ultra suave Roger Federer you get a very entertaining interview!!! Andy is a natural in front of the tv cameras, and the whole interview is great, but I thought the most intriguing part of the interview was when they talked candidly about their 2009 Wimbledon final. Andy mentioned how heartbreaking that loss was for him, but he also mentioned how appreciative he was that Fed was very reserved in the locker room after the trophy presentation. But, the BEST part was when Andy called Fed a "selfish bastard" To see how Fed responds, press PLAY!
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Roger Federer has had a brilliant tennis career. He has won a record 17 majors and held the world No. 1 ranking for a record 301 weeks. He is considered by many to be the best player ever. But despite all his success, Federer does have one regret. In an interview with FOX Sports’ Andy […]
Roger Federer had an interesting look for his first-round match at the US Open on Tuesday. Federer was wearing mostly white and blue, but he had a third color mixed in — pink on his feet. The 17-time major winner generally has his shoes, shorts, shirt, and headband color-coordinated when he steps on the court. […]
Watch Andy Roddick Interview Roger Federer For Fox Sports. Former American No. 1 Andy Roddick interviewed tennis great Roger Federer over the weekend for his new network Fox Sports Live show. Roddick, who retired a year ago at the US Open, had some fun with the Swiss who beat him 21 of 24 times including that gut-wrenching 2009 Wimbledon final which is addressed during the interview...
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