زبان ویدیو: در این ویدیو از مجموعه ۷۳ سوال مجله ووگ، مصاحبه آقای راجر فدرر (تنیسور سوییسی) را با زیرنویس انگلیسی مشاهده خواهید کرد.
معرفی راجر فدرر
راجر فدرر (به فرانسوی: Roger Federer) (زاده ۸ اوت ۱۹۸۱) بازیکن سوئیسی تنیس حرفهای است. بسیاری از مفسران ورزشی، منتقدان تنیس، بازیکنان گذشته و حال، وی را برترین تنیسور تاریخ میدانند.
او برای ۲۳۷ هفته پیاپی و مجموع بیش از ۳۰۲ هفته (بیشتر از هر کسی) در جایگاه اول فهرست مردان شماره ۱ تنیس جهان بوده است.
فدرر ۲۰ گرند اسلم تنیس را به دست آورده است که از هر بازیکن مرد دیگری بیشتر است. راجر فدرر در کنار بیورن برگ، رکورددار قهرمانی متوالی در مسابقات تنیس ویمبلدون است. او پنج سال متوالی قهرمان مسابقات تنیس ویمبلدون بوده است. (ویکی پدیا)
متن ترانسکریپت ویدیو
00:02[Interviewer] Okay. There he is.00:05Just two days before Wimbledon.00:07This is so crazy.00:08Should I just interrupt him?00:09I mean, there’s so many rules here.00:11I’m not sure.00:11Okay. Here we go.00:13Roger.00:14Hey.00:15How you doing, Joe?00:16[Interviewer] I’m doing great.00:16Thanks for making the time to slip in00:18[Interviewer] Of course. A quick 7300:19question interview.00:20Not gonna miss it.00:21[Interviewer] This is gonna be great.00:22So, how are you feelin’ about the tournament?00:24Feeling great.00:24So happy that it’s Wimbledon time again.00:26I love this place.00:27[Interviewer] Good.00:28Can you walk me through how you start your days right now?00:30It’s pretty relaxed, actually.00:32It’s all about recovery and coming00:34into the tournament with loads of energy.00:37That’s my plan.00:38[Interviewer] Okay. Can you show me00:38what makes a perfect serve?00:39Okay. Perfect serve is,00:42I think it’s all in the toss, really.00:44It’s the only shot we actually do control.00:45Everything else, we have to react to the opponents.00:48So, here we go.00:49Up, jump, hope it lands in [laughs].00:52[Interviewer] You make it look pretty easy.00:54All right. Can you demonstrate an extremely00:55difficult and technical thing I probably won’t understand?00:59Maybe overhead on the backhand side.01:01It hardly ever happens,01:02and when it does you lunge back, jump up,01:05can’t see the opponent anymore,01:07you try to connect and you hope for the best.01:09[Interviewer] Okay, what do you consider01:10to be your signature shot?01:12My slice, maybe my forehand.01:14[Interviewer] And, why do you have a two handed backhand?01:17‘Cause all my heroes had one-handers,01:20so I had no choice.01:21[Interviewer] Do you get attached to your racket?01:24I do. I love my racket and it’s the extension of my arm01:28and it does all the magic for me,01:30so, yeah.01:31[Interviewer] All right.01:32Now, what’s your favorite part about playing at Wimbledon?01:35It’s history and tradition.01:38[Interviewer] And, how would you describe01:38playing at center court?01:40It’s, I think, a dream come true01:42for every tennis player to play there.01:44[Interviewer] Can we check it out?01:45Let’s go.01:46[Interviewer] All right, great, and whoa.01:48I am destroying you at tennis01:50on that scoreboard right there.01:51What is going on?01:53[laughs]01:54what have you done?01:55And why are you asking questions01:57and then playing at Wimbledon?01:59[laughs]01:59[Interviewer] Does your family02:00have any nicknames for you?02:01Yeah, they call me Rog02:03and in Swiss German, Rogi.02:04[Interviewer] Hey, what’s the most Swiss thing about you?02:08That I’m a choc-o-holic, if that’s something.02:10[Interviewer] [laughs] yes, it is, okay.02:11What languages do you speak?02:13I speak Swiss German, German, English and French.02:16[Interviewer] Do you have any favorite expressions02:17in these languages?02:18I like allez, in French,02:21Come on, in English,02:22and chum jetzt, in Swiss German,02:24on the tennis court.02:25[Interviewer] We have some ball boys and ball girls.02:26Hey. How’s everything? All good?02:29Nice to see you all.02:30[Interviewer] Hey, guys.02:30And they’re having strawberries and cream.02:32You want one?02:34Um, sure.02:35[Interviewer] Roger, what’s up with02:36the strawberries and cream here?02:37I dunno. It’s a Wimbledon thing.02:39[Interviewer] Okay.02:40What is it? Do you know?02:42[Children] Tradition.02:43Tradition.02:43[Interviewer] Now, I heard you started your career02:44as a ball boy. Is that right?02:46Yes, I was like them.02:47I was about 12 years old in my hometown of Basel.02:51I did it for two years. It was great. I loved it.02:53[Interviewer] How many hours a day at age 1202:54were you playing?02:56Two hours every second day, I’d say.02:59[Interviewer] Wow, versus how many hours today?03:02Between zero and four. I gotta save my energy sometimes.03:06[laughs]03:07[Interviewer] Who was your tennis idol growing up?03:09Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg, and Pete Sampras.03:12[Interviewer] When did you first realize03:13you were really, really good at tennis?03:15Well, in the juniors I thought I was good03:17and then, when I beat Pete Sampras here in 2001,03:21I felt like I knew I was good.03:23It’s so wrong to say that. Oh, my God.03:25[Interviewer] Now, is it true your mom was a tennis coach?03:26Yeah, a little bit.03:27She didn’t really coach me though.03:28[Interviewer] Okay, well what’s the best piece of advice03:30that she gave you?03:31Never let the ball bounce twice.03:34[Interviewer] Oh, okay. Makes sense.03:35[Interviewer] So simple, right? yeah03:36Just run after that ball all the time.03:38[Interviewer] Sure. Just like a dog.03:39[Interviewer] And, what advice03:40would you give these guys here?03:43Love your tennis, but then work hard03:46and what else can I tell you guys?03:48Dream big, you know, sometimes we don’t dream big enough03:51that it’s possible because we think03:52there is barriers and stuff.03:54You gonna go for it and do it full on.03:56[Interviewer] That’s wonderful advice.03:58See ya later guys. Take care. Nice to see you.04:00[Interviewer] Roger, grass or clay?04:01Grass, of course.04:02[Interviewer] Forehand or backhand?04:04Forehand.04:05[Interviewer] Spin or flat?04:06Spin.04:07[Interviewer] What TV show are you obsessed04:08with at the moment?04:09None, really.04:11I used to love Prison Break.04:13That was so cool.04:14[Interviewer] Who’s your style icon?04:15Tom Ford.04:16[Interviewer] What are you wearing04:17when you’re feeling your best?04:20I mean, a suit’s good,04:21but a bathing suit and a T-shirt on a beach somewhere.04:25[Interviewer] What’s the most memorable04:25that you’ve ever worn?04:27Met Gala, I wore a tuxedo from Gucci04:30with at diamond encrusted sort of a cobra on the back.04:33That was pretty sick.04:34[Interviewer] What do you do on your off days?04:38Nothing. I just take it easy.04:39Run around with the kids.04:40Hey. Roger,04:41[both speak foreign language]04:44[Interviewer] What’s the best fashion advice04:45you’ve ever received?04:47You wear the clothes, not the clothes wear you.04:50And, Anna once told me04:53when I asked her if I should wear the dark suit04:56or the light suit for the evening,04:57she said, The dark suit, of course, Roger.04:59I was like, of course.05:01[Interviewer] That’s pretty good advice, right?05:03Anna knows best.05:04[Interviewer] What’s something about yourself05:05that you think a lot of people wouldn’t know?05:08I dunno.05:10I feel like I’ve done so many interviews,05:12I really feel like people know everything by now.05:14[Interviewer] All right, now, you have identical twins.05:17Now, be honest with me, do you ever get them confused?05:20I used to sometimes,05:21if I couldn’t see their face right away,05:23but no, nowadays I’m a pro of course.05:25I can tell them apart.05:26[Interviewer] What lessons have you learned05:27from your kids?05:29Patience and snuggling again.05:31It’s been the best.05:32[Interviewer] That’s so sweet.05:33And, what do you hope your kids learn from you?05:35Everything. I want to teach them everything I know05:37and more.05:38I love them so much.05:39[Interviewer] That’s wonderful.05:40All right.05:41Hello, nice to see you.05:43[Interviewer] Roger, out of all of the places05:44you play in the world, what’s the craziest location?05:46I played on the Jungfraujoch,05:49top of Europe, in Switzerland, a mountain,05:51with Lindsey Vonn.05:52And, I guess center court, Wimbledon, of course.05:54[Interviewer] And, here we are in the clubhouse.05:56We finally made it.05:57I can’t believe I’m here right now.05:59Hey, look at the trophies.06:00This is the one.06:01[Interviewer] Roger, get right next to that.06:02Look at that. So good.06:03So beautiful.06:04So close, so far [laughs].06:07[Interviewer] And you have eight of these things.06:08Yeah, I do.06:09[Interviewer] Where do you keep all of ’em?06:10I have a big trophy cabinet at home,06:12but we always have space for one more,06:13I tell you that [laughs].06:14[Interviewer] I can imagine.06:16What Wimbledon tradition do you look forward to the most?06:19I think it’s wonderful to have the center court06:23be opened up by the defending champion06:25at 1:00 on Monday.06:27[Interviewer] Do you remember the first professional06:29tournament you played?06:30Of course. Gstaad in ’98 after I won the junior’s here06:33actually at Wimbledon the week before.06:36[Interviewer] Wow.06:36What’s the most surprising moment in your career?06:40Surprising moment.06:41I truly believe becoming world #1 and winning all06:44the titles that I did is crazier than any dream06:47I ever had about my career.06:48I never thought I was gonna be this successful.06:50[Interviewer] What’s your most prize memorabilia?06:52The net of my 2009 Wimbledon final06:56against my good friend, Andy Roddick.06:58[Interviewer] There you go.06:59Would you consider tennis your favorite sport to watch?07:02Yes, and football and basketball.07:04I love basketball. It’s cool.07:05[Interviewer] And, growing up,07:06you also played soccer, right?07:07I did.07:08[Interviewer] What made you choose tennis over soccer?07:12I didn’t wanna blame the goalie, in all honesty.07:15I wanted to blame myself.07:16Maybe that is what made me pick tennis.07:18Thankfully, I did.07:19[Interviewer] What’s the biggest challenge07:20as an athlete that you didn’t appreciate07:22when you started?07:23I was incredibly homesick in the beginning.07:27Jet lag and all the interviews.07:29Couldn’t trust journalists in the beginning07:31and then, little by little I actually started07:33enjoying interviews.07:34That’s why I’m talking to you right now [laughs].07:36[Interviewer] I’m so lucky to be here.07:37And, Roger, how do you want to be remembered?07:40As a good guy for tennis.07:42Philanthropic and good tennis player, maybe, I dunno.07:46[Interviewer] Now, I’ve been told that you07:47enjoy ice cream before a match.07:49Is that right?07:50What? Pre-match ice cream?07:52I’ll have loads afterwards, but not before.07:54[laughs]07:55[Interviewer] And here’s a wall of champions.07:56Oh.07:57[Interviewer] Ah, that’s a lot of Federer right there.07:59Yeah.08:00Almost takes up half of the space,08:01but in 2019 you’re gonna wanna make it08:03what? Nine times on this board, right?08:05Yes. Eight’s great.08:07It’s actually my favorite number,08:08but nine has a better sound to it [laughs].08:11[Interviewer] Now, can you point to the win08:12that was the most memorable?08:152003.08:15[Interviewer] Why?08:16It was my first one.08:17[Interviewer] There you go.08:18It’s like I thought that was it.08:19I achieved my dream, winning Wimbledon.08:23It was epic.08:24[Interviewer] And, I heard that they engrave these08:25pretty quickly when you win?08:26Yes, apparently, even the trophy.08:28So, you hold it up in the air,08:30and it’s already got your trophy engraved08:32and you walk out of this court that you win08:34just back here, look to your right, and bang,08:37winner 2019 and the name.08:39[Interviewer] Can you actually tell me something08:40really quick about Mr. Rafael Nadal?08:43What would you like to know?08:44He’s an intense guy on the court.08:46He’s super honest and open off the court08:48and he’s got a heart of gold.08:50He’s also gonna help me with my foundation08:52again next year.08:53We’re gonna try to break the record08:55for most attendance in Cape Town08:59in South Africa for my foundation.09:00I’m so looking forward to it09:01so thank you Rafael.09:02[Interviewer] Amazing.09:03Now, I sense center court is right behind these doors09:04over here, right? It is.09:05Wanna have a look?09:06[Interviewer] Let’s take a look.09:07All right, let’s go.09:08[Interviewer] All right.09:09Hopefully, it’s everything that I hoped and dreamed.09:11Here we go. After you.09:13[Interviewer] This is so cool.09:15Roger, do you have any pre-match rituals09:17or superstitions?09:18I am not superstitious at all actually, funny enough.09:22[Interviewer] What kind of music would you09:22probably be listening to before a match?09:25I don’t usually,09:26but maybe something relaxing, funny enough.09:28[Interviewer] And the grand moment.09:29This is incredible.09:31Wow, look at this.09:32So nice.09:33[Interviewer] What do you say to yourself09:34before you walk on this grass?09:37C’mon Rog, you got this. Go for it. Enjoy it.09:42Let’s go.09:43[Interviewer] Do you think I could walk09:44out on the grass with you?09:46I mean, for me it’s okay,09:47but maybe you gotta ask Neil.09:50Uh, no.09:52[Interviewer] What’s your favorite memory09:52of playing here?09:56Winning my first Wimbledon,09:57or maybe beating Pete Sampras here in 2001.10:02[Interviewer] Okay, Roger you’re here.10:03It’s match point.10:04What is that experience like?10:06You hear a pin drop10:09when you’re about to serve.10:12Nobody’s talking, it’s amazing.10:13You hear a cough, maybe10:14and then the crowd erupts when you win the point.10:19[Interviewer] Who was the first person10:20you look out for in the crowd?10:22I wanna feel the vibe,10:23see how into it the crowd is,10:26how much they’re into it,10:26and then I check my team,10:30if they’re all seated already maybe,10:31and umpire and opponent, you know.10:35[Interviewer] And you have stiff competition.10:37Who’s the player that you dread playing the most?10:40Raf Nadal.10:41[Interviewer] Who’s your favorite player10:41to play against?10:44Raf Nadal.10:45[laughs]10:45[Interviewer] And who do you want a re-match with?10:47Maybe Del Potro, U.S. Open Final in 2009.10:51[Interviewer] You have a strategy called fire and ice.10:53What does this mean?10:55So, I think you gotta have fire in the belly10:58wanting to win every point.11:00You give it your absolute best.11:01And, ice in the veins, for me11:03is basically you’re so focused11:05in the most important moments,11:07you are so calm and composed,11:09that’s what it is.11:10[Interviewer] Prepping for a first round match11:11versus prepping for a final match, what changes?11:15Well, there should be none,11:16but sometimes you get a bit nervous, you do.11:20[Interviewer] So, how nervous do you get before matches?11:24I think it’s the amount of butterflies you feel11:26in the belly that makes a difference.11:28[Interviewer] Mental exhaustion or physical,11:29what’s harder to overcome?11:31I’d say mental.11:32Just as hard to sometimes be picked up.11:34It’s not always easy to stay positive.11:36[Interviewer] Serving volley or power baseline?11:39A bit of both.11:40[Interviewer] Footwork or strokes,11:41which is harder to nail?11:44Footwork is easier to perfect.11:47I feel like strokes are maybe more talent involved.11:50[Interviewer] And last question, Roger,11:52question number 73,11:53how does surviving Bear Grylls11:54compare to surviving Wimbledon?11:55[laughs]11:57A bit different.11:58Bear Grylls show I did freeze and I peed over the fire.12:04I didn’t do that here at Wimbledon12:06and Bear Grylls was actually sitting over there12:08in the Royal Box with the Royals attending the finals12:12and my team was sitting over there with my lovely wife,12:14a wonderful moment.12:15[Interviewer] All right.12:16Well, that concludes the interview12:17and I’m gonna leave with a message12:18from a special guest, here she is now.12:22[Anna] Hello, Roger, this is Anna.12:24Good luck at Wimbledon12:26and now back to those practice courts.12:29Thank you Anna.12:31How did she do that?12:32Is she here?12:33[laughs]12:34[Interviewer] Thanks Roger.12:35Okay.