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Roger Federer Cried In Interview

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Roger Federer Cried In Interview

Roger Federer Cried In Interview

According to Business Insider, Roger Federer cried and then apologized during an interview this week.

One of his earliest coaches, Peter Carter, was Australian, but Carter died in a car accident while on honeymoon in South Africa before Federer had won his first major almost 17 years ago.

CNN asked Federer what Carter would think now Federer's won 20, and is in the running to extend that to 21 at the Australian Open this month.

But the question upset Federer.

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