Feeling like this week is dragging and looking forward to the weekend? Then we can help you get through the slow days. Check out these hilarious interview moments of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Nick Kyrgios and co.
Tennis players love to entertain the crowd by showing off their skills, but sometimes they can also bring joy when making their fans laugh.
Although Kyrgios doesn’t always try to do so, he often finds himself in ridiculous situations. His boldness really makes you smile when you hear him talk about something.
“Yes. It’s always going to be a tough match. It’s not easy to play, especially at 10 o’clock. I want to thank the people who came out early. It wasn’t easy for me to wake up, so I can’t imagine what it must be like for you.” Kyrgios said.
The Australian has been relatively open about his aspirations both on and off the court, and the star has shown his admiration for fans and tournament officials over the years.
“You guys are amazing; it’s really been a week to remember. I made a little list, wait, I have to remember some people to thank for a second. It’s impossible to forget. Okay, first of all, the director of the competition, Kayleigh, this was the first one, happy birthday,” said the fan Kyrgios.
Federer has often found himself on the end of the microphone, playing 1,526 matches and winning 1,251 in his career. After playing so many matches and being interviewed so many times, Federer can only say so much.
“You lost your last four matches against him and that heartbreaking final at Wimbledon. So what did you do differently today? ” he asked, hoping to get a sweet answer from the questioner. “I don’t know,” said the mighty Federer, “I won the match point I guess!” he replied.
Nadal has played professional tennis since 2001 and has been fun to watch since his arrival. He was consistently ranked in the ATP top 10 from April 2005 to March 2023. During that time, he gave his fans some amazing moments on the court and some hilarious moments off the court.
“I’m not sure if you know this, but you’re the first player to be world No. 1 in three different decades,” Nadal replied, “and that’s the only thing that means I’m too old!”
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