Will Ferrell interviewed Roger Federer at the Australian Open and it was as hilarious as you would imagine. It definitely helped that Ferrell reprised his Anchorman role as Ron Burgundy.
At first, John McEnroe was interviewing Federer and stopped to allow Ferrell to come in and take over.
"In the immortal words of Ron Burgundy, it's great to be here with two tennis legends—Roger Federer and John Macintosh," said Ferrell, purposely messing up McEnroe's name.
Ferrell, well we should say Burgundy, then moved into the interview telling Federer he moved like a gazelle on the court and asked him to describe his game as "a silky gazelle."
Federer played along like a pro, even when Ferrell asked if he was a witch or a vampire and if he likes to eat wombat meat.
Burgundy even asked Federer about people saying his name all the time, in a mocking australian accent, to which Federer replied that he could never forget his name.
In the end, Burgundy (or Ferrell, they're basically the same person at this point) finished the interview with the classic, "Stay classy, Melbourne."