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Twenty-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer reflects on his 24-year professional tennis career, his emotional final doubles match with Rafael Nadal, and the time security wouldn’t let him into Wimbledon. #DailyShow #Comedy

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Sathvikesh Benhar
Sathvikesh Benhar 3 meses atrás
When Federer's last match was just done, the commentator spoke all of the fans' hearts by saying, "He did not invent the game but at times it felt as if he had." Thank you Roger and Trevor for such an amazing interview! ❤️❤️❤️
SetsuYuuki Mês atrás
​@Sleepy Joe Greatest Ambassador for Tennis ever
Sleepy Joe
Sleepy Joe 2 meses atrás
Third best of this era!
LS B 3 meses atrás
@sandeep panta Well, it isn't Roger who goes there either, is it?
uberfu 3 meses atrás
Nah. Saying that deminishes all the other greats that came before him to allow him to play at the level he did. It NEVER felt like he invented Tennis - he just made it worth watching.
Sleepy Joe
Sleepy Joe 3 meses atrás
@Gowher Rauf 2011 USO semifinal presser. Fed showed his real “class”.
M Hunter
M Hunter 3 meses atrás
Roger has demonstrated on many occasions that a modest or low view of one's own importance; & a healthy dose of humbleness, outshines even the greatest talent and arrogantly superior superstar in any realm. Your quiet & graceful talent has captured our hearts & minds forever. Thank you.
M Hunter
M Hunter Mês atrás
@Dr. Mr. Person Guy Absolutely, well said. If they don’t get it by now I doubt they’ll have that “ah ha” moment in the future; especially if they start making more money. One cannot buy common sense. Be well.
M Hunter
M Hunter Mês atrás
@Dr. Mr. Person Guy Absolutely you are correct. They still don't get it.
M Hunter
M Hunter Mês atrás
@eva kovacs Thank you and I agree with your comments as well. Be well, Mel
M Hunter
M Hunter Mês atrás
@Phil C Thank you very much for your compliment. Be well, Mel
Dr. Mr. Person Guy
Dr. Mr. Person Guy 2 meses atrás
Something Djokovic and his fans never understood, as they angrily demand to be loved and wonder why people don't like their behavior.
Jorge Nicolas Herreros
Jorge Nicolas Herreros 3 meses atrás
I’m Spanish, and of course…I’m a Rafa’s fan… but I can say, on behalf of all the Spanish people. ROGER WE LOVE YOU. It’s simply impossible not to love you. Not just for your tennis, but also for your human quality. BTW, this is probably the best interview I’ve ever seen. Congrats.
schwebor 2 meses atrás
@PyroMaestro i think rafa and roger pushed each other into another dimension. I dont really like tennis, but i loved those games between them.
Fuchur 3 meses atrás
I like Rafa too!
PyroMaestro 3 meses atrás
As im from Switzerland, and as a Roger Fan. The matches between him and Rafa were always so great. I really like that Tennis had such great Player as Player and Humans.
Thibault de Montfort
Thibault de Montfort 3 meses atrás
Rafa is also.a.legend and him and Tony are vey kind and humbles.guys. Even if i was a Roger fan, we habe the same age, for me Rafa deserves also to be one of the Goat
Chali X
Chali X 3 meses atrás
Roger is such a humble guy and that just makes him loved by many fans. Once he came to a restaurant where I work - during covid where we all have to show our certificate and ID to be checked in. There was a girl who was checking ID and we were all wearing a mask. She asked him for his ID which he forgot in the car even though he was recognised by many employees due to the fact that he is our regular guests. He actually went back to get his ID and once the girl noticed him she was so embarrassed and apologised many times but Roger was just a man and he acted like one. SO MUCH RESPECT for him!
Propjoe10 3 meses atrás
An impeccable example of a classy sportsman and human being.
Athlete Economy
Athlete Economy 3 meses atrás
Couldn’t agree more
Piete Koo
Piete Koo 3 meses atrás
Two of my favourite people of all time. Wholesome, honest and decent people. The world needs more people of integrity and stature like them.
immortal XD
immortal XD 3 meses atrás
Sawyer 3 meses atrás
I can’t imagine anyone else living up to this man’s grace in the sport of tennis! Regardless of title, he has so many amazing qualities that make it so beloved. Trevor said it, such a great ambassador for human beings!!
Belinda Shaw
Belinda Shaw Mês atrás
Correct. I may be a fan of Rafa but the grace displayed on the tennis court by Roger Federer is unlikely ever to be matched
Suzanna L.
Suzanna L. Mês atrás
@Superman Obviously it was filmed before US open. The 375 weeks obviously starts on Monday. Novak is obviously the GOAT. What a dumb reply from you. Obviously.
Suzanna L.
Suzanna L. Mês atrás
@Superman Djokovic 22 Slams & 375 weeks as No 1!
Garrick Oestriecher
@Anne Walden You couldn't believe McEnroe brought more viewers to the sport than he pushed away with his antics or that I like laughing about that fact? Or would you not watch a match where there's guaranteed to be several f bombs?
Ellange Piano
Ellange Piano 3 meses atrás
At last a talkshow where everything isn't staged and the conversation is natural That's really great
Critics at large 007
Critics at large 007 2 meses atrás
This is why I like Prince Harry. The rest of the British Monarchy is a joke. Harry and Federer forever
Kyla Sentes
Kyla Sentes 3 meses atrás
So lucky to have seen Roger play three times. And that he was generous to give us a very special signed photo to my mom (one of his biggest fans). Watching him play literally helped my mom cope with the passing of my father, and gave us so many special family moments together. I will never forget the look of sheer joy on her face when she actually got to see him play in person. Thank you Roger. And thank you Noah!
Axel Pool
Axel Pool 3 meses atrás
As a single mother in rural newengland and a lifelong tennis nut, i cant ever thank roger enough for helping me to raise such a wonderful human being b the ultimate exampleof someone so classy yet genuine, and down to earth, so wholesomeI , respectful but a fierce competitor , I taught my son to play- kept it fun and eventually we were driving all over new england to tournaments every weekend. Having roger as a role model( my son was born in 1997) was priceless and he is who he is today in no small part because of the impact of roger in our lives. Driving home from a tournament after a painful loss, i always had a tidbit or story a bout roger to tell him and learn from this exemplary human and athlete. Many people do not know for example that roger,s equanimity is an achievement- as a teen he was crying and throwing his racket with the “ best” of them but he found a way to cope with and learn from failure and disappointment and beyond that to enjoy every aspect of his life, such a truly joyous, happy hardworking and considerate human being and he was in this way so important to us as a role model; an athlete who actually deserved that title unlike many others who are excelling on the field only . Then in 2008 along came Obama the other great public figure who we were so grateful to have in our lives for his grace and humanity but thank you roger for the ecstasy of watching you play that we were so privileged to enjoy for too few years ( never enough!,!)and for your humanity, we owe you so much, cant imagine what our lives, rich as they are, would have been without you.
Lidija R
Lidija R 3 meses atrás
What you said of your son that he is who he is today in no small part because of the impact of Roger in your lives, that's me too. I'm around your son's age and I can definitely say that Roger Federer raised me almost as much as my closest family members did. The emotion, the humility, the drive to chase your dreams, the gratitude, the kindness, the intelligence, the thinking of others in every situation and then also never losing the childlike joy and the fun in this life, is just a small trickle of lessons we can all learn from this man. For someone growing up during the times of Roger Federer's prime and post-prime years, I can confidently say I could have never had a better celebrity role model to shape and influence my personality throughout my childhood and adolescent years. I love him, I thank him, and I admire him immensely.
J G 3 meses atrás
Well said axel. Roger has had such a positive impact on more people than he could ever imagine.
Karissier Gokool
Karissier Gokool 3 meses atrás
I hope Roger and Barack can see this message 🙏🏻 ❤
Mu Man
Mu Man 3 meses atrás
You are raising a great man ma'am!
Tside1Trick 3 meses atrás
I would love to know if the Wimbledon security guard ever realized afterwards that it was Roger or if she's been able to see this interview. That would be a hilarious story to tell 😂
TvRF 24 dias atrás
I mean if you are security at the biggest tennis event in history and dont know the biggest face the sport has ever seen. You shouldn't be security there lol
Andreas Sauer
Andreas Sauer Mês atrás
She was fired! 😂
H P Mês atrás
A guard at Wimbledon should know Federer...Or she was being a jobsworth who isn't a Federer fan!
Noah mwape
Noah mwape 3 meses atrás
I couldn't stop Smiling through out the video 😌 Roger is just an amazing human being.
Grace P
Grace P 3 meses atrás
This is the first time I've seen Trevor genuinely fangirl over his guest and I loved every minute of it. Amazing men. Everything Trevor said about Roger is absolutely true: class act, humble, true goat.
Edward Scromeda
Edward Scromeda 3 meses atrás
He did make one mistake: it’s Rafa that has 22 slams - Novak has 21!
Gwen 3 meses atrás
@Diane K Actually Diane, Trevor is normally thoughtful, intelligent and insightful in his interviews, giving the interviewee lots of space to answer the often excellent questions posed; at least that's been the case in the interviews I have seen. For whatever reason, Trevor fell far below his standards in this interview; it was extremely frustrating to watch and listen to.
Diane K
Diane K 3 meses atrás
@Gwen I got to agree. I've heard of Trevor Noah but never seen his show and I just thought does he ever shut up?! If that is his normal interviewing style I wouldn't watch again.
moman 3 meses atrás
I think they're both mates actually.
Miri Мири
Miri Мири 3 meses atrás
They’re both half South-African/Swiss
R G 3 meses atrás
In terms of his incredible abilities and skills, legendary records, inspirational positive attitude, personality, professionalism, and his on and off court behaviour, Roger is surely the greatest sports professional personality of all time!
Louie P
Louie P 3 meses atrás
That Wimbledon security guard story is hilarious. If that could happen to somebody like Roger Federer and did not take any offense from it, who are we to make any fuss if it happens to us? What a great man!
V Luhan
V Luhan 3 meses atrás
The story of him not wanting to brag about his records to get into the Wimbledon compound just resonates with me so much. When I was in my 20s I used to work for the son of a Billionaire, and the family had businesses and schools all across the UK. Once we were entering one of their family schools and the receptionist asked politely who we were (in order to get through the entrance) and without a hesitation, my boss said "I'm Michael A*******, my name is on the building". And although it was on the hand, slightly comical, I remember the receptionist was very put off for his brashness. A lit of humbleness goes a long way in life.
Hary Proenza
Hary Proenza 3 meses atrás
That last line: “Federer is a great ambassador for human beings” That’s exactly what he is and that’s what makes him the best.
Ask to seduce Miss
Ask to seduce Miss 3 meses atrás
You just can't help smiling through the whole interview. Thank you for everything, Mr Federer!
Devavrat Mishra
Devavrat Mishra 3 meses atrás
He smiles throughout the whole show and that is what I love about him.
Balaram Prasad
Balaram Prasad 3 meses atrás
How do you define humbleness? Watch Roger Federer interviews. 🐐 👑❤️ Probably the best ever athlete in the history of any game. Down to earth, Honest, Humble and the list goes on. A career spanning 20+ incredible years staying on top of the game, no controversies, an icon for the coming generations. Just impeccable.
colleenskie 3 meses atrás
He is still the same man from 2003, when I first watched him, until today that he's already retired. I hope he do more interviews in the future. Always the funny guy and great legend of Tennis. Love this!
Maria Pia
Maria Pia 3 meses atrás
Quisiera que esta entrevista siguiera para siempre. Es mi ídolo.
Mr Spaceman
Mr Spaceman 3 meses atrás
Great interview with great people. Roger is in love with life and that's what makes these interviews easy to watch. He looks happy and relaxed now that the stresses and strains of being a high level athlete are over. He carries himself extremely well which must be hard to do if you are being recognised the world over and having to be "on" when fans come over looking for autographs. If I ever saw him in a hotel I'm not sure if I would go over as it would probably be another fan looking for another picture. Enjoy retirement, it certainly looks like you are. So well deserved.
Lyle Coglianese
Lyle Coglianese 3 meses atrás
Federer is a man with CLASS!! 🤗
Mafioo ATO
Mafioo ATO Mês atrás
@Gianmichele Zanelli am sure you know, he had ready won many trophies before he cried.he never beat djokovic or Nadal and them crying.
Gianmichele Zanelli
@Mafioo ATO What truth? That a man can cry? You call crying for having failed on achieving one of ultimate goals of your life (Winning a Grand Slam title) a spoiled child cry? What a troll!! Moreover you are probably the only one person in the entire solar system that doesn't like His style of play. You may have been seeing tennis for a long time, but You never have really watched it.
nesko buka
nesko buka Mês atrás
I m proud that I m not CLASSY Why you desire to mention classes at all?
Martin Soták
Martin Soták Mês atrás
Roger is someone like Denzel Washington in Sport 👍
Alfonso Alegría
Alfonso Alegría Mês atrás
Una persona admirada por lo grande que ha sido y querida por todo el mundo
BlueBloomAparajita 3 meses atrás
Humility...i mean everything Roger says from the word go, is just oozing of this quality. Such simplicity. Enjoying the moment, enjoying the game is another beautiful quality he talks of. Real sportsmen have these qualities i guess, you become larger than life.
AI 3 meses atrás
A role model and a legend…What humbleness❤
Óscar Cabrera
Óscar Cabrera 2 meses atrás
Gran entrevista, gracias por los subtítulos
Huguette Rion
Huguette Rion 3 meses atrás
Roger Federer est un seigneur non seulement pour le tennis mais dans sa vie. Bravo et merci de donner l'exemple. Et vive la Suisse 🇨🇭
Jordana Beaulieu
Jordana Beaulieu 3 meses atrás
Je suis tout à fait d'accord avec vous. Quelle classe!!
Leo Dog
Leo Dog 3 meses atrás
What a wonderful human being. He must have had great parents. We’re lucky to have experienced him.
Anne Walden
Anne Walden Mês atrás
Leo Dog I think you are spot on .Roger is very close to his Mum and Dad and they have influenced him throughout his career . I can only praise the whole Federer family .
LS B 3 meses atrás
He still does. They're alive 😁
Mark Prinsloo
Mark Prinsloo 3 meses atrás
@Sandrine Roesch Danke!
Sopho Cles
Sopho Cles 3 meses atrás
They never pushed him he was completely self driven and in his youth when he behaved badly they would not have thought twice about taking him out of the game - they always valued decency over winning - yep he had great parents
Solid Mercury
Solid Mercury 3 meses atrás
Planet of 🎾 👏👏👏👏👏
Silvina Velazquez
Silvina Velazquez 3 meses atrás
i'm not gonna lie, I cried when he talk about the last match with Rafa. Amazing interview, love how smooth is was. Roger forever the best ❤
madmackem73 3 meses atrás
I was at the Laver Cup in London this year for Roger's last match and I can't even begin to describe how emotional it was in that arena. The result was totally incidental to the moment and the celebration of the most extraordinary man that has ever played this sport in my opinion. There may be debate over records and titles but greatness in any sport is surely defined by what a team or player makes you feel, those moments that take your breath away. For me, there are only 2 athletes, certainly in my lifetime, that have been able to consistently make me shake my head in disbelief at what I've witnessed, who created moments that were so special they almost defy description. Usain Bolt is one and the other is this man they call Roger Federer. I've followed Roger's career from the beginning at Wimbledon with that breakthrough performance against Sampras in 2001 and I was there on Henman Hill for the heartwrenching final against Djokovic in 2019, where incidentally I've never seen anyone play so well and lose, and for every moment of glory and despair in between I'm just endlessly grateful that he picked up that racquet as a little boy in Switzerland and gave his talent to the world to enjoy. Thank you for everything you've done and everything you are, on and off the court. We love you Roger
Carlos Trivinos
Carlos Trivinos 3 meses atrás
I had the fortune to attend a final at Miami between Roger and Rafa . 5 sets Roger was down 2 sets and then Roger was Roger. Will never forget that day, that game and the GOAT and the Goat.
Edson Nascimento
Edson Nascimento 3 meses atrás
Wow, not only a great tennis player a legend that inspired so many but also a charming man and an amazing human being. Thanks, Roger for coaching us in so many ways.
Nana Muco
Nana Muco 3 meses atrás
Thank you Roger, for bringing me and millions of other people the joy of watching your greatness in court. Your presence will be greatly missed❤❤
Shubham Kabra
Shubham Kabra 3 meses atrás
How often does a 22 mins interview feels like too short! Elegance in everything Roger does and who can be a better interviewer than Trevor. Thank you for a wonderful interview.
Ase Ḿark
Ase Ḿark 3 meses atrás
Amal Joy
Amal Joy 3 meses atrás
Miss you Roger . . . you have always been an inspiration and emotion for everyone in and out of the sports world. loved watching your games throughout. I am glad to be alive at the times of you and Rafa and Djokovic.
Andrei Fortennis
Andrei Fortennis 3 meses atrás
I flew on a Thurday evening from U.S., arrive in London the next morning, went directly to O2, saw Him one playing one more time at Laver Cup and flew back home. I still believe it was dream. You impacted our lives tremendously, I owe you the great college tennis experience of my son and so many wonderful memories watching you practicing and playing in Cincy, every year from 2006. There were times you were practicing early morning, there was nobody else there, I closed my eyes just to listen how you were dancing on the clouds. Thank you Roger, you've been amazing all these years, you will always be.
Robert Berin
Robert Berin 3 meses atrás
Did you get tiks before he announced his retirement? I was thinking about doing the same thing but figured even getting a ticket off a scalper would have been impossble. All hail the KING!
Sebastian Taibo
Sebastian Taibo 3 meses atrás
I've never been a die-hard tennis fan but I did stay up to watch to Australian Open matches of this gentleman and I'm from Uruguay, we're like 14 hours earlier than Australia. The world of sports is a bet sadder without him.
Tom R
Tom R 3 meses atrás
No, you're 14 hours behind Australia
Lukas 3 meses atrás
amazing how the guest‘s not getting interrupted and is able to speak freely - so rare with US interviews..
Asem Naeem
Asem Naeem 3 meses atrás
What a blessed human being. He's simply the greatest sportsman of all times. I still cannot fathom the fact he's retired.
Jonathon Elliott
Jonathon Elliott 3 meses atrás
Roger getting chocked up while talking about asking Rafa to play dubs with him is so amazing. I think I big a reason why fans adore Roger isn’t so much about his records or even his game. It’s the emotions he showed whether he won or lost without pride. He’d cry when he won, he’d cry when he lost without any shame. He was the epitome of a sport that, just like any other, is full of hyper masculinity. Being tough and self assured is the standard. He would be vulnerable in the eyes of millions and not for a minute care about his image as a man. And that endeared him to so many and not once did anyone think less of him as a male athlete. I think every male athlete should look to him as an example of a peRFect competitor.
Sleepy Joe
Sleepy Joe 3 meses atrás
@Mujitroid he hasn’t even transcended his rivals, let alone the sport. He is the corporate and sheeple’s champion, but not a real champion. The record is what it is.
Mujitroid 3 meses atrás
@Sleepy Joe and why is Federer's having no records mean anything here? He transcended the sport, that's the point. But you are focused on just diminishing his accomplishments What a sad life you must be living.
Sleepy Joe
Sleepy Joe 3 meses atrás
@Fiona Tsang I’m talking about actual records.
Fiona Tsang
Fiona Tsang 3 meses atrás
@Sleepy Joe if we're talking ATP award statistics - which I seem to be, and I'm learning a lot in the process - Djokovic holds the record for most wins of the Player of the Year award at 7 times, with Nadal and Federer in equal second with 5 apiece (Nadal is also in second place behind Federer for Stefan Edberg awards, with 5 to Federer's 13; I wonder if he can stick around long enough to equal or surpass it, knowing Rafa anything is possible XD)
Sleepy Joe
Sleepy Joe 3 meses atrás
@JonWikk431 Federer just happens to lose nearly every single time when it’s in a big match against Djokovic or Nadal.
A S 3 meses atrás
Pure joy! Two of the best in their fields…And great people. You can tell that everything just flows from their hearts. You lift others up by being your best most authentic self around them.
Dragon VT
Dragon VT 3 meses atrás
Novak, Rafa, Roger ... WOW! 🙌💪
Nikola Đokić
Nikola Đokić 3 meses atrás
Being an emotional person sport has made me cry a few times but never quite so emphatically as on the night he retired. I literally wept all throughout the ceremony. Federer ♥️
Flash 3 meses atrás
Tennis will never be the same without him :(
Roger es un extraordinario Ser Humano, por eso ganó lo que ganó y por eso tiene ésta "aura" de Bondad. Y sí, Él detonó ésta competencia en Tenis varonil, Él creó el famoso "Big Three". Tipazo!
Kathleen Ryan
Kathleen Ryan 3 meses atrás
A true gentleman on and off the court. It will be hard to meet his kind again! He brought joy to so many over the years and he always appeared to appreciate his fans.
Sahar 3 meses atrás
That story of him going to Wimbledon had me rolling on the floor 🤣🤣🤣 “please I won this tournament 8 times 🥺” 🤣🤣🤣 Not only do I enjoy seeing him play on courts, but I always love listening to him talk during interviews! Classy and down to earth, as usual!! ❤ Also, I can’t believe it’s the end of an era for Roger and tennis AND also for Trevor and the daily show! That’s the best wrap up interview we could ever have!! 👏🏻
kevin 3 meses atrás
the same happened to nadal in rolland garros💀 it is even on video
ADITYA SHARMA 3 meses atrás
@Marinko Marinko you are funny 🤣
Marinko Marinko
Marinko Marinko 3 meses atrás
and he lost three finals vs the GOAT...
Zalipah Muttalib
Zalipah Muttalib 3 meses atrás
This is the sweetest and genuine interview from Noah and Roger. Love! Love it!
C Anna Cliffords
C Anna Cliffords 3 meses atrás
I was lucky enough to see Fed play in Cincinnati several years in a row. It is impossible to describe the athleticism of the way he moved around the court.
TvRF 24 dias atrás
I bet it was marvelous
Hugo Zupan
Hugo Zupan 3 meses atrás
Man the chemistry between this two.... Amazing. I have never seen more genuine interview in my life ❤
Paul Telles
Paul Telles 2 meses atrás
Je ne me lasserai jamais de l'écouter, être attentivement. Cet homme humble, drôle et intelligent, à la voix douce et grave en même temps, est juste trop parfait, c'est fou. Je l'aimais, je l'aime et je l'aimerais.
Sungjongmyangel 3 meses atrás
I love him so much! What a class act! His impact on tennis was immense. His game is one of a kind we will never see that level of beauty again. I’m so glad I was able to be his fan and watch him play for over 20 years.
Iron Fan
Iron Fan 3 meses atrás
I'm fully convinced that the guests for the past couple of weeks and now - they're just a list of people that Trevor loves and/or are his most wanted guests, like Roger here, OBAMA, etc. It's funny to see, but also nice to see. Sad to see Trevvie go 😭.
Linda C
Linda C 3 meses atrás
@Iron Fan yw
natasha baars
natasha baars 3 meses atrás
I had the same thought!
Iron Fan
Iron Fan 3 meses atrás
@Linda C 😭 Thank you.
Linda C
Linda C 3 meses atrás
@BlakieTT yes, I only found out in the comments on this episode, because I don't have cable tv. Tonight's will be the last. 😔
Geok Lian Feser-Chua
Geok Lian Feser-Chua 3 meses atrás
So proud to be Swiss, to have such an amazing, classy and humble person Like RF, TO BE ONE OF THE GREATEST SPORTMAN IN THE TENNIS CIRCUIT. Bravo Roger...HOP SCHWEIZ!
Nerisa Francisco
Nerisa Francisco 3 meses atrás
I am a huge fan of Roger Federer. I would definitely miss his graceful moves on the court but I am also happy that he is focusing on his family now. Trevor thank you for doing this interview. You did an excellent job. More power to both of you.
Martin Sandmeier
Martin Sandmeier 3 meses atrás
You can tell how honoured and excited Trevor Noah was to conduct this interview. This shows why he is considered by many as the greatest, as IMO true sporting legends are more than just about how many trophies they have won.
Crunch Time Coaching
Crunch Time Coaching 3 meses atrás
Roger you are the MOST loved athlete! And you deserve it all
Tristate_EDC 3 meses atrás
The man is a class act, top to bottom. Everytime he came through Cincinnati for the Mason tournament I watched him play, and it was a pleasure then, and will remain a pleasure being able to say... I saw him play in person, and it was incredible. Wishing him all the best. Excellent Interview as always Trev. 🥂
Madison Trow
Madison Trow 3 meses atrás
Fed was the very first athlete I was able to recognize and look up to as a kid. I admired his grace and humbleness both on and off the court. As successful and great as he was (and still is) he has never been disrespectful. He is truly the GOAT
kopaonik61 3 meses atrás
@Tennis Sam As a Serb, I totally agree with you!!
Tennis Sam
Tennis Sam 3 meses atrás
@Dragan Milosevic Awe you said it as a Serbian! What credential. I said Federer is a total loser compared to Djokovic as a Swiss. You take my word then 😂
Dragan Milosevic
Dragan Milosevic 3 meses atrás
@Tennis Sam nope, Federer is indeed the GOAT. He has a higher peak than Djokovic and Nadal. And I say this as a Serbian!
Tennis Sam
Tennis Sam 3 meses atrás
TOAT. Third of All Time. That's what Federer is.
Madison Trow
Madison Trow 3 meses atrás
@Rafael Mertin you’re a ray of sunshine aren’t you?
queen venus
queen venus 3 meses atrás
Roger Federer, the man of quality and skill. Committed sportsman to the game he represents. Forget how many grandslams he got, but his appearance in the court was a inspiration for the spectators . Thank you GOAT.❤🥰🥰🥰🥰
Silvia Verrone-Newton
Silvia Verrone-Newton 3 meses atrás
Love this man! Legend on and off the courts! I am so happy that my father was alive to see Fed (his favorite athlete of all time) win every one of his Slams. Fed was our favorite topic to chat about and some of the greatest memories of my father and I were watching his matches. My late dad would have also loved this interview. Thank you, Federer, for all the happiness you brought to our family and countless others around the world! ♥️
Graeme Matamua
Graeme Matamua 3 meses atrás
the way trevor Noah opened up the interview was straight fire, dude is a killer interviewer man he’s gonna be missed
deepulse 3 meses atrás
Pure class. Somehow forgot to check on him for a long time since his retirement but every appearance is just so well planned and delivered. The guy's a natural.
Marry Memela Foundation
Roger Federer is the personification of class, humility and grace.the fact that he enjoys this camaraderie with his biggest rivals speaks volumes of the man he is.his relationship with Rafa is testament to the greatness of both.their ability to rise above their professional rivalry and not allow it to impact upon their relationship outside the sport speaks volumes about both their characters
Damien Lee
Damien Lee 3 meses atrás
A great ambassador for human being. I think this is the most fitting description of Roger Federer
Kakashi Hatake
Kakashi Hatake 3 meses atrás
*Loses* *Says opponent gave up and hit a lucky shot which allowed him to win*
Elizabeth Welch
Elizabeth Welch 3 meses atrás
I've always loved Roger. He's the whole package. He'll always be number one in my opinion.
Steve Wise
Steve Wise 3 meses atrás
Classiest athlete ever and there will never be another Roger Federer in tennis. If he was on you had to watch, because he made the sport both incredibly athletic and beautiful at the same time. He's beloved because of his humility and self-awareness.
Moe Noor
Moe Noor 3 meses atrás
What a class act! A wonderful champion and so happy he left a major mark in sports!
A. Brasil
A. Brasil 3 meses atrás
Hopp hopp hopp Feddy! My son, who is now almost 19 years old, fell in love with tennis while watching you playing the Australian Open... about 3 years later, he was taking tennis lesson in the tennis club where he still trains nowadays and Federer was there... he was just there, training and playing. My son almost had a heart attack when he saw him, so excited he was! I will never forget Federer's patience and coolness taking pictures with all the boys that were such huge fans of him. Herzlichen Danke Federer, wir sind und werden immer mega stolz auf dich sein!
Luis Reis
Luis Reis 3 meses atrás
I was writing some words, but why repeat what millions think and said about this extraordinary athlete and human being. I am 70 years old and this is the guy I followed religiously during the last 20 years. I can't tell I am the number 1 fan of Roger because there are maybe thousands that are "worse" than me" , but I I will be quite close. Thks Roger and thks to Trevor to show us its greatness in simple words.
Amit Kar
Amit Kar 3 meses atrás
I've had the great fortune of meeting Roger Federer twice and I can tell you he's every bit as genuine, humble and affable when conversing with a single stranger as he is on camera with millions watching - he's real. And for nearly 300 weeks - covering 2004-2009 and most of 2017 - he played a level of tennis no one else has matched. Rafa and Novak are breaking his records in their way - and it is great to see how happy Roger is for them (as we all should be) - but even they will tell you: Federer's peak tennis was like no one else.
Derrick 3 meses atrás
Federer is not an inferior player compared to Djokovic and Nadal, but There is some debate because Djokovic's peak is on par with Federer's peak, Federer lacked true competition most of his prime years. While Djokovic had Nadal Murray and Wawrinka to deal with all in their prime's. Federer had Safin and Nalbandian but for short periods of his prime.
Tennis Sam
Tennis Sam 3 meses atrás
@Benjamin B. Sure thing. I didn't ask you to respond. Ignore me as you want. Sadly you can't ignore that Federer is an inferior tennis player compared to Djokovic and Nadal lol
Benjamin B.
Benjamin B. 3 meses atrás
@Tennis Sam It's not your content that makes us think your trolling, it's your overall attitude. I'll ignore you henceforth.
Tennis Sam
Tennis Sam 3 meses atrás
@Benjamin B. Can you though? lol If you can accept that, how is it trolling when I'm simply speaking the truths? Now THAT'S really sad. Doesn't want to accept, couldn't accept, but the reality is there whether you accept or not lol
Benjamin B.
Benjamin B. 3 meses atrás
@Tennis Sam Most can live with that. But I couldn't live with being a sad human trolling Federer interview comments on BRvid. That's really sad.
Amit Sisodiya
Amit Sisodiya 3 meses atrás
"Thank you for being the great ambassador for human beings " Bang on Travor 👏👏
Phil Sarkol
Phil Sarkol 6 horas atrás
I once saw Sampras playing serve volley game, thinking it could not be matched by anyone. A year or so later up comes this young man, playing the most beautifull game of tennis, with wich he has graced us all in astonishement, jaw dropping style of play. Federer the GOAT of tennis!!!
Mandi April
Mandi April 2 meses atrás
I adore Roger Federer! I've been watching him since when I was 7 years old. One of my greatest fulfillment in life was flying to London to watch you play your last match at Laver Cup 2022. It was a surreal moment, and thank you for the class act of sportsmanship you portrayed for over 2 decades. There'll be no one like Roger, Ever!
Giovanna Ettorre
Giovanna Ettorre 3 meses atrás
Lo vi jugar desde que tenia 12 y tengo 26. Nunca habrá nadie mas grande que su majestad RF. ♥️
Sathappan S
Sathappan S 3 meses atrás
What a legend - so aspirational. Excellence with humility and a sense of humor. If that isn't a formula to win life, I don't know what is
donna Lum
donna Lum 3 meses atrás
I was lucky enough to be at the Laver Cup for that last match playing doubles with Nadal. I flew 8,000 miles to London just for this, and it was worth it. Everyone was crying and it was so emotional and bittersweet. I've been a fan of Roger's for so many years and so much of my life has been watching his matches. There will never be another tennis player who is so beloved for all he is and does.
Athlete Economy
Athlete Economy 3 meses atrás
That’s so cool you got to be there!
naciye123 3 meses atrás
Lucky lucky you.
JC 1026
JC 1026 3 meses atrás
Watching on TV was emotional watching them fall short
nirupam89 3 meses atrás
Best moment of my life to be there
Wha 3 meses atrás
Watching that match was one of the best things I’ve seen in my life, can’t imagine being there!! ❤️
Dr Balaji
Dr Balaji 3 meses atrás
Not a moment of fake laughter or things said just for the sake of advertising. Everyone could appreciate from the bottom of heart ❤️ Not just Swiss, sport but he is indeed one of the greatest ambassadors of humanity itself ! #RF
Benjamin B.
Benjamin B. 3 meses atrás
Thanks for this interview, Trevor. I love your interviews and I love Roger Federer. I didn't know before, but I really needed this. Thank you, man!
Diouga Boiro
Diouga Boiro 3 meses atrás
Simply the best! My favorite sports person of all times. Love you always, Roger! Thank you Trevor for this one. Great show!❤
Gabriele Z
Gabriele Z 3 meses atrás
brilliant interview indeed. Not just full of talent and achievements in tennis, but what a man: so balanced, driven, humble!
Ramy Toubar
Ramy Toubar 3 meses atrás
AI Art
AI Art 3 meses atrás
Since 2004, tennis player Roger Federer has won fourteen Grand Slam events and holds the record for the most number of Grand Slam titles with 18. He has also won an astounding total of fourteen consecutive Wimbledon championships. In addition to his on-court excellence, Federer is known for his warm and friendly demeanor as well as his dedication to his fans. To put it simply, Roger Federer is an all-time sports legend.
simply.nonchalant 3 meses atrás
There will never be another Federer in tennis. He was and will always be one of the greatest ambassadors for the sport. He had an aura about him on court and made the sport look way too easy for all of us watching at home-that was until we stepped on court for ourselves and tried to swing at a few! I was definitely a victim of the Fed effect!
Mahezzuan Masdah
Mahezzuan Masdah 3 meses atrás
i know i am also the victim during my first swing in 2010...
eva kovacs
eva kovacs 3 meses atrás
@JACQUELINE OTTO what do you mean by this? Born on his own but he has a sister.
JACQUELINE OTTO 3 meses atrás
Because his mother give birth to him alone.
Hyman Sahak
Hyman Sahak 3 meses atrás
I saw him in 2007 and 2017. After the matches, he was signing autographs and taking pictures. The crowd was just in awe.
Emily 3 meses atrás
I've lived in Switzerland for seven years. Imagine my disappointment to have learnt today that Trevor Noah was here in May! I never got into tennis, but wish I'd watched some of Federer's matches when I had the chance. Would also have been cool to have heard a bit of Swiss between them. Tchüss! 😸
MattCass 3 meses atrás
Loved that interview! Roger is the best, and Trevor is matching the energy 🙌
Diego Zimmerman
Diego Zimmerman 3 meses atrás
Have watched you play tennis was always excited but to HEAR you and Trevor together is amazing. Wish you both the best moving forward!
Sridhar S
Sridhar S 3 meses atrás
Will always miss seeing Roger on Court. The man is truly a living legend.
Liadi Abiodun Akande
Liadi Abiodun Akande 3 meses atrás
Roger Federer is just a force to reckon with! It's hard to imagine this level of humility and this much achievement/fame living in the same body! He'd always be loved! Always!
Tony Simone
Tony Simone 3 meses atrás
He's like Messi in that way.
Denny C
Denny C 3 meses atrás
Exactly... he is very humble n fun human being. Amazing
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Got it
Got it 3 meses atrás
So great interview! 👍Roger is so sweet and humble,and his story about membership card,so fun 😄miss him a lot, and hope those kind of interviews and events will be more ❤️
Diogo Fonseca
Diogo Fonseca 3 meses atrás
Could Federer be the only person in the world that EVERYBODY loves? Seriously, I haven't met anyone who doesn't love this man. What a role model.
akdongirl 3 meses atrás
Not only is Roger so elegant and lovely, he’s absolutely hilarious! Love seeing him in this laidback environment and my goodness was that Wimbledon story amazing! ❤️
Ermias Merkazion
Ermias Merkazion 3 meses atrás
Down to earth,humble and mental strong.
PooPooKakaPeePee 3 meses atrás
One of the best interviews with Roger Federer. Thank you Trevor!!
Prise 3 meses atrás
Man Trevor is getting some legendary interviews on his way out.
Mncondosi 3 meses atrás
@Catherine Ford Just another reason to appreciate him. Besides him I have only ever liked Bjorn Borg. Its great that he was at Roger's last game. Its a priviledge to experience fellow human beings doing their thing and doing it graciously. Cheers Roger....nice to share heritage with you as a bonus
Catherine Ford
Catherine Ford 3 meses atrás
Federer is also South African. His mother is a South African. 🇿🇦
Linda C
Linda C 3 meses atrás
@anthony7945 he is supposedly going to do a stand-up tour, worldwide. I suspect he will spend a lot of time with his mom over the holidays, although I could be wrong. I only found out by the comments in this thread because I don't have cable, so they obviously did not play the part where he announced it. So I looked it up online, and they said that tonight is the last night
Anthony 3 meses atrás
@Linda C I missed that too. And then? What's next?
FERNANDA ALARIO 3 meses atrás
Oh no 😢
Frans v. T
Frans v. T 3 meses atrás
That was an amazing interview, thank you Trevor and The Daily Show. I have to say, Trev, you'll be missed for these types of interviews alone!
Santos L. Harper
Santos L. Harper 2 meses atrás
I was always unsure about Federer being an evil genius but that turtleneck has confirmed everything!
Eshaan Simha
Eshaan Simha 3 meses atrás
Hands down best collab ever between comedy and tennis
ማዕዶት Maedot
ማዕዶት Maedot 3 meses atrás
What a wonderful personality! Not only is he a hero, but he also has a wonderful spirit. We adore you,Roger Federer!
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