Most Idiotic Post-Match Interview Question

Raul_SJ

G.O.A.T.
These are not reporters. Probably knows nothing about sports or tennis as evidenced by the inane retirement question.
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MrFlip

Professional
No shes Australian and as an Australian, most Australian's (including me) are idiots. No imagination. Just speaking cause she got a piece of paper saying "journalist" from some sydney university probably. Holy **** what a dumb question
 

Raul_SJ

G.O.A.T.
No shes Australian and as an Australian, most Australian's (including me) are idiots. No imagination. Just speaking cause she got a piece of paper saying "journalist" from some sydney university probably. Holy **** what a dumb question
She is quite smart. She knows 5/6 = 83%.
 

Raul_SJ

G.O.A.T.
She should have asked the same question to the unknown Kyrgios after he upset Rafa in Wimbly 4th Round.
 

Swingmaster

Hall of Fame
I think she was trying to make a joke, but because he's ESL (Russian) and she's ESL (Australian), it all turned into a huge mess.
That’s what I thought. Not the worst attempt to lighten the mood, but she should’ve switched it up instead of repeating it for the third time.
 
What a hilarious face he makes!!!

As if someone had asked him to do calculus in record time, or asked him whether Master Yoda would be his next coach.
 
Still prefer her question to the lazy 'talk about..." that really no professional media person should ever use.
Yeah...

"Talk about the match today, and make it as long as possible so we don't have to actually do anything but continue playing computer games on our androids..."

Sports journalists are a blasphemy of nature... whatever that means...
 

socallefty

Legend
The thing that strikes me is how disappointed he looks even though he lost to the world #1 who is a 8-time AO winner after making the semifinal of his first Grand Slam main draw. It looks like he has high expectations for his future in that case. Most low-ranked players would look more pleased after having the best two weeks of their professional life - he made more money at the AO than in his entire career before that for seven years.
 

Raul_SJ

G.O.A.T.
The thing that strikes me is how disappointed he looks even though he lost to the world #1 who is a 8-time AO winner after making the semifinal of his first Grand Slam main draw. It looks like he has high expectations for his future in that case. Most low-ranked players would look more pleased after having the best two weeks of their professional life - he made more money at the AO than in his entire career before that for seven years.
Have never heard of an ATP player struggling until age 27 to qualify for a Slam and then continuing on to having a notable career. His AO run and rise to Top 50 is a great story but the odds are against him reaching Top 20 at this late stage.
 
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