Roger Federer clarifies that he is not, in fact, RoboCop

Chris Chase
February 24, 2011

"Sometimes [my concentration] wanders. Sometimes if you have a song in your mind, sometimes you're thinking of what's going to happen tomorrow, what's the plan for tonight. All those things happen. We're human at the end of the day. We're not a machine and go from like point to point like RoboCop."

-- Roger Federer, when asked if it's difficult to keep 100 percent focused during an easy win. What's most funny isn't the RoboCop comparison but that Federer thinks RoboCop would easily go from point to point if he played tennis. Still, it's a good thing Fed cleared up this question. If he hadn't, I doubt his hometown of Basel, Switzerland would have ever built him a statue.