The best and worst of #askRF

The questions (and complaints) directed Roger Federer’s way during his two-hour #askRF session ran the gamut.

There were the funny ones …

There were the important life questions …

There were the truly excellent ones …

John McEnroe even weighed in …

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There were a ton of questions like this …
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Which sort of made this question/Tweet pretty hilarious…

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On the flip side …

There were the fans who begged…

And complained …

There were the downright mean people …

There was the guy who got all Jurassic on him (that was pretty good) …

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There was the guy who won the award for Mr. Creativity …

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And the one who figured, if that worked – they’d try the same strategy, but without the creativity…

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(It didn’t work).

This one played the Sharapova card. That was harsh! …

Playing the Sharapova card - now that's hardball.

Playing the Sharapova card – now that’s hardball.

 

 

 

 

 

 

There were those who figured if they screamed the same damn thing in his ear enough times, he might get so Fed up he’d answer them…

A total of 38 repeats for this one…

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(This one had five questions, each repeated an average of 10 times. That didn’t really work back in the days when you’d have your phone on speed dial to win free concert tickets by answer that radio show’s skill-testing question, and it didn’t work here!)

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Fresh out of ideas, she tried this…

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And, in the end, the great Fed showed that even he gets a little confused when it comes to the Bryan brothers…

See? Even the Fed messes up.

Or, he might have been kidding #whoknows #jokeyFed

(Fed pic from his Twitter feed – a selfie taken just before he started #askRF)

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