Roger Federer Semi-Final Press Conference Wimbledon 2019

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Comments • 921

  • Lee S
    Lee S 4 months ago

    Itโ€™s great when your role models stay your role models.

  • ๅญ”ๆ˜Ž่ซธ่‘›ไบฎ

    Rodeger in Uniqlo wear looks sooo weird, I miss him in Nike wear....

  • Montenegro
    Montenegro 4 months ago

    I am waiting for a day when he loses another GS final vs Novak Djokovic (maybe at the US Open this September), and then immediately stands in front of 15 000 of his fans and asks them to stop jeering and booing his opponent, one of the best players in the history of tennis. He should tell them - both partisan crowds of Wimbledon and New York, that Novak did not deserve their nastiness every time he defeats him - their favourite. Novak is only playing tennis, he is not leading the war or physically killing Roger. Once Roger does that, it would make him a better person.

  • Edward Schoenman
    Edward Schoenman 5 months ago

    As far as I am concerned, Roger won. Novak plays hard and well, but Roger does the same, with grace.

  • krisna putra
    krisna putra 5 months ago

    Somebody correct me if i'm wrong.
    13:10 Swiss French
    15:00 Swiss German
    16:20 Austrian/Bavarian German
    18:12 Swiss German
    19:45 French French

  • Thelonious Coltrane
    Thelonious Coltrane 5 months ago

    the greatest of them all...
    Nadal and Novak, though. Respect.

  • tillbot8
    tillbot8 5 months ago

    Absolutly bottled the final, so disapointing, sliced slowly right into Novaks hands far too often, he was ready to be beaten today and still let two champ points slip :/

  • inta0003
    inta0003 5 months ago

    Wah how many languages does he speak!

  • Irfan G
    Irfan G 5 months ago

    Novak will beat him straight set i bet

  • Vladimir Brozik
    Vladimir Brozik 5 months ago

    Federer and Nadal are titans of tennis for their great attitude towards others, respect and professionalism.

  • Michael Kosta
    Michael Kosta 5 months ago

    ladies and gentlemant sit and listen to the GOAT talk no interruptions please! BOW DOWN To GREATNESS

  • edkren
    edkren 5 months ago

    On the court, we see a demonstration of shots selection..
    On the press con room, we see a demonstration of languages selection..

  • mem Sisters
    mem Sisters 5 months ago

    Half a million views, and no " untertitle" translation, subtitles, not all people are polyglot as federer, lol

  • Josh Heinink
    Josh Heinink 5 months ago

    Your so impressive in many ways I wish everyone was nice like this

  • No Nope
    No Nope 5 months ago

    Iโ€™ve only gotten into tennis recently, but I admire the professionalism and humility these athletes display in interviews. Contrast that with the NBA and NFL crybabies like Russel Westbrook, James Dolan, Richard Sherman and so many others who disrespect journalists and even fans. As if they are entitled to their millions without the support of fans and the media

  • Wayne Panaino
    Wayne Panaino 5 months ago +1

    What a gentleman Roger is. Love the way he talks to each of the media reporters with such respect and sincerity. Can't wait for the final with Novak.

  • ayush garg
    ayush garg 5 months ago

    5:50 oh not too bad not too bad

  • Jonathan Marocco
    Jonathan Marocco 5 months ago

    Perfect English, French, Swiss German and German...Incredibly kind and warm human being... Exemplary husband and father... Tennis's GOAT. What a man...

  • RS Zauvijek
    RS Zauvijek 5 months ago

    NOLE No1๐ŸŽพ๐ŸŽพ๐ŸŽพ

  • Super G!
    Super G! 5 months ago +1

    Now I will cook an omelet while reciting Shakespeare in Italian.... Go RODGER!

  • Tyler Betthauser
    Tyler Betthauser 5 months ago

    These journalists have the dumbest questions.

  • steve kresevic
    steve kresevic 5 months ago

    Best sportsman of all time๐Ÿ˜

  • Kyle Links
    Kyle Links 5 months ago +1

    Lol where are those Rafatards?

    • Kyle Links
      Kyle Links 5 months ago

      @Ferdous Alam lol always

    • Ferdous Alam
      Ferdous Alam 5 months ago +1

      Escaped from the back door. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜น

  • Michael Lau
    Michael Lau 5 months ago

    Iโ€™m still here listening to his French interview. I donโ€™t know one word in French.

  • Sonia Srikanth
    Sonia Srikanth 5 months ago

    He's so humble, down to earth, and just such an inspiration. What an amazing role model for young tennis players. I will have a hole in my heart when he retires :( Tennis will never be the same.

  • David Campbell
    David Campbell 5 months ago +1

    He's unreal, honestly an alien, press conference in about 8 languages, stop it, mancrush overload!

  • DerKommentierendeBoss
    DerKommentierendeBoss 5 months ago

    ๐Ÿ

  • S abd
    S abd 5 months ago

    What a humble legend

  • Boom shakalaka
    Boom shakalaka 5 months ago +1

    One of Rogers inner people told me ,that this is his last Wimbledon (most likely-depending on the outcome)....He is ending his career at Tokyo (Olympics), last chance for the Gold medal

  • OriginalKarasu
    OriginalKarasu 5 months ago

    11:27 "He's a champ, I'm a champ" well said xD

  • ๆฑๅ‹็”ท

    les mรชmes questions quel qu'il soit en franรงais, allemand ou en anglais.

  • ๆฑๅ‹็”ท

    roger's taking ped's for sure! no way with all the injuries that naturally afflict players would there be any chance of a 38year-old guy keeping up with faster and younger guys year-after-year. they're all on steroids!!!!

  • trashkwekwe
    trashkwekwe 5 months ago

    How he's switching from English to French, German and Schwitzertitsch... like a boss!

  • Desmond O'Reilly
    Desmond O'Reilly 5 months ago

    He really transcends his own sport. He is manners, humility and dignity personified. An amazing player...but so much more besides. Feel privileged to have lived during his reign.

  • Johnmate johntell
    Johnmate johntell 5 months ago

    Wow this man is the best tennis player so far no doubt . Love u Roger

  • Ananda Amno
    Ananda Amno 5 months ago

    just imagine, put 'Sir' in front of his name .. Sir Roger Federer ...

  • KiKiChRiZ
    KiKiChRiZ 5 months ago

    18:06 uff

  • Zo Karim
    Zo Karim 5 months ago

    PLEASE add closed captions so those who don't speak multiple languages or all the languages (myself) can understand the back half of interviews. Especially for Roger and Rafa. These are two of the greatest sports competitors in the history of humanity.

  • Hermione Granger
    Hermione Granger 5 months ago +1

    What a legend! I think he'll win the title if he keeps the same level he had against Rafa.

  • Basil Carpenter jr
    Basil Carpenter jr 5 months ago +1

    Just think top 3 alltime tennis players playing at same time when all three leave damn it will hurt tennis plus stan the man one my fav. Leave soon to

  • BAZXXXBEST
    BAZXXXBEST 5 months ago

    Roger give up itโ€™s time man

  • B V
    B V 5 months ago

    2003 u and Serena won.. 2019 she lost and will too

  • B V
    B V 5 months ago

    Joker is gonna win in straight sets Roger ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Kevin Scholfield
    Kevin Scholfield 5 months ago

    Roger Federer, the Peoples' Champ!

  • barryschwarz
    barryschwarz 5 months ago

    I've known he speaks several languages/dialects, for a long time, but never seen him do it all in one session. He is a Renaissance man. Reaching out across cultures, but not exceeding his grasp. Effortlessly available to so many, yet not arrogant in his knowledge that he can. A good guy. A brother. An elite human being. So many things at once. Whether he wins this year at Wimbledon or not, it doesn't matter. He leaves the world a better place because of the way he is. Many might do this in a local sphere. There are more saints among the milieu than we realize (I say after many decades living and querying our species), but he managed to be one during that single-minded pursuit that usually comes from those who are not saints. Bravo, Federer. Good life, brother. x

  • Richard Laurente
    Richard Laurente 5 months ago

    Come on Roger

  • Hugo Zupan
    Hugo Zupan 5 months ago +1

    Who here loves the voice of Italian journalist ๐Ÿ™‹โ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿ™‹โ€โ™€๏ธ?

  • Ifmusicbethefoodoflove Egc

    I have great admiration & respect for Federer's tennis, but his language skills are also pretty impressive!

  • Sam Arshad
    Sam Arshad 5 months ago

    13:50 Samosa
    15:07 Superman

  • billabong boomerang
    billabong boomerang 5 months ago

    Gee I really respect this GOAT veteran, he's only 4 months younger than me!๐Ÿ˜„
    May the better player win, look forward to this one๐Ÿ‘Œ

  • Xacber26
    Xacber26 5 months ago

    Merci Roger. Je te regarde รฉcrire l'Histoire demain.

  • Elisemckenna
    Elisemckenna 5 months ago

    Revenge finally for 2008 final

  • Vo Vanh
    Vo Vanh 5 months ago

    God he's so smart

  • This Ordinary Life
    This Ordinary Life 5 months ago

    There is a reason - a very good reason - why these two playing against one another (or together) are absolute Box Office viewing and this match showed it. Such polar opposites and yet so close in ability to one another. Just joyous to be part of this era...

  • Boris VBWilliamson
    Boris VBWilliamson 5 months ago

    Federer Forever

  • Marvin Odhiambo
    Marvin Odhiambo 5 months ago +5

    ''he hits those long rallies in his sleep on clay.'' vintage lol

  • Callum Petal
    Callum Petal 5 months ago +1

    wheres the flower guy?

  • Elmo.
    Elmo. 5 months ago +2

    The elegance of this man on and off the court. Plays with unrivalled style and grace and then sits down and answers questions in three different languages in his press conference. Federer is the James Bond of not just tennis, but of the whole sporting world.

  • Lucy S Taylor
    Lucy S Taylor 5 months ago

    Best players Rafa and Roger, very respectful. They made me enjoy this game , l don't mind who wins when the two are playing. All the best Roger ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’ช

  • Dennis Kumar
    Dennis Kumar 5 months ago

    when Roger Federer retires, I too will retire from my job. He is the motivation for me. When he wins a match , i work more than 8 hrs at office. When he loses, it will be sick leave for me the next day...