Ludovic Mercier takes time out to answer your questions and describes himself in 3 words, talks about his first hobby, his greatest achievements, plus lots more.
Q: How would you describe yourself in 3 words? A: Honest, hard-working and passionate
Q: What do you do on your day off? A: I like to play some golf, or stay with my family, play with the kids or go to the park and play some game.
Q: Who's the player in your position that you admire the most? A: He played a long time ago now, but Michael Lynagh, he had some good skills and he was a good kicker also. If you compare with now the only great player is the New Zealand man Dan Carter, he's one of the best players in the world at the moment.
Q: What was your first hobby? A: I wanted to become a policeman because I liked the uniform. My dad used to play rugby before and he said to me "try to play rugby to see if you like it", but I wanted to play some other sports, I wanted to be a goalkeeper, or maybe a soccer player.
Q: What's on your ipod? A: I like pop, I like classic music, I like jazz, I like anything. I've got some French songs also and I like Queen and the Beatles.
Q: What do you consider your finest achievement? A: It's good to have finished top of the league and to have won the European Challenge Cup.
Q: Who would your dream date be? A: It's a good question, I can't say my wife, but I can't say somebody else. Ha ha.
Q: What's your greatest extravagance? A: My cars and my watch.
Q: Who was the last band or singer you saw live? A: I don't go to many concerts, I like to listen to music but I don't like to go anywhere to see it.
Q: What single thing would improve your quality of life? A: We train every day, so maybe to have more time with my family some time.
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