Watch Andy Roddick Interview Roger Federer For Fox Sports 1 [Video]
by Tom Gainey | August 28th, 2013, 3:59 pm
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Former American No. 1 Andy Roddick interviewed tennis great Roger Federer over the weekend for his new network Fox Sports Live show on Fox Sports 1.

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.

Roddick, who turns 31 on Friday, is now one of the hosts on the nightly Fox Sports Live while the 32-year-old Federer seeks a sixth US Open title.

This year’s US Open marks the 10 year anniversary of Roddick’s 2003 title which is still the last Slam won by an American man.


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11 Comments for Watch Andy Roddick Interview Roger Federer For Fox Sports 1 [Video]

Tennis x Hippy Chic Says:

LOL Nice interview,and both look very smart and handsome here,never seen Andy in a suit before,Andy does the interview really well too.


TennisAviator Says:

well done, both! Classy folk.


TGIT Says:

So Cool!


Humble Rafa Says:

When you are interviewing, ask the question in a straight forward manner and shut up. No need to be a smart ass.

You have options? Seriously!


The Great Davy Says:

Hahaha, classic.

It is like the videotape I rented once, without ropes. Has Roddick also babysitting the Desiree?


Steve 27 Says:

Roddick was the best rival Federer could have found


LaTiNo Says:

haha, “you have, you selfish basterd” :o)

Brilliant Andy!


andrea Says:

poor andy. still bitter after being fed’s whipping boy for years.


Tennisfan Says:

Roddick is anything but bitter. Great interview


Kimberly Says:

Very very nice!

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