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Ron Burgundy Made A Rare Appearance At The Australian Open

TV News Anchor LEGEND Ron Burgundy and has taken to the courts of the Australian Open to interview tennis great, Roger Federer.

After his Australian Open win in Melbourne against Aljaz Bedene last night, Tennis legend John McEnroe introduced the 50-year-old SNL alum where he channeled his inner Anchorman with some hilare questions.

"In the immortal words of Ron Burgundy it's great to be here with two tennis legends, Roger Federer and John Macintosh," Will started with and then asked:

“Roger, tonight you seemed like a gazelle out there on the court. Would you describe your game as a silky gazelle?”

Federer, a good sport on and off the court, answered: "Maybe. Maybe not. Don’t they get eaten at the end?"

Ferrell also questioned the 36-year-old tennis star about appearing "ageless".

"Are you a witch or a vampire?"

The interview turned to mockery about Australian cuisine:

“There is a rumor in the men’s locker room that you love coming to play down here in Melbourne and your secret to fitness is that you only eat wombat meat. Is that true?” he asked in which Federer responded: “That is untrue.” 

“It is delicious, the national food of Australia,” Ferrell said and then concluded the banter with, stay classy Melbourne," he concluded.

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