Will Ferrell sparked an online frenzy when he showed up to interview Roger Federer at the Australian Open back in January; the actor has wreaked havoc in the tennis world once again.
Ferrell, 50, had Tennis Channel commentators Mary Carillo and Jim Courier in stitches on Wednesday as he made an appearance at the BNP Paribas Open.
The actor, once again, turned up to have his say on Federer’s match, with Ferrell appearing in the commentator’s box before the tennis pro defeated Jeremy Chardy.
Admitting he was rooting for Chardy before the game, Ferrell joked: “Jeremy Chardy is my favourite player. I have a Jeremy Chardy back tattoo.”
He then provided commentary for Federer and Cardy’s golf-cart ride to the court, yelling: “Look at that club car go!”
The star then added, “That’s a typical Chardy move, he’ll psych out his opponent by sitting in the back. No eye contact whatsoever. I feel like they’re going way too fast. Is that vehicle going to fall apart at some point? That’s a sweet ride.”
Ferrell went on to say, “I hope Chardy’s not nervous, I hope he knows I’m here.”
The “Anchorman” star’s latest appearance comes after he made headlines at the start of the year by asking Federer all the important questions like “Are you a witch or a vampire?” and whether or not he “felt like a silky gazelle” when taking to the court.