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I searched a bit and couldn't find it, so sorry if it's a repost.

Behind the scene of a CNN interview with Fed.. And it just cracked me up. Never seen Fed like that, I knew he was a funny "dorky" guy, but this goes way behond what I imagined

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If someone could embed this, couldn't find the option doing the thread.

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Fedclown and hilarious don't go in the same sentence.

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Laughing at the Spanish language, so this is how Federer really feels about Nadal.

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Fedclown and hilarious don't go in the same sentence.
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Fedclown and hilarious don't go in the same sentence.
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Laughing at the Spanish language, so this is how Federer really feels about Nadal.
I would like to believe otherwise, I watched it some months ago and my impression was that he was giggling at his inability to comprehend the spanish. Or perhaps he was laughing at the CNN interviewer's terrible spanish, I think this is actually the more plausible thing, because it really is atrocious spanglish and I think the dude himself told Roger I am sorry but my spanish is pathetic but I will still ask you questions in spanish. In turn Roger is laughing at this retardedness.

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Yes. Spanish is not a language and that's why Fed was laughing. Really who cares why Roger was laughing.

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I would like to believe otherwise, I watched it some months ago and my impression was that he was giggling at his inability to comprehend the spanish. Or perhaps he was laughing at the CNN interviewer's terrible spanish, I think this is actually the more plausible thing, because it really is atrocious spanglish and I think the dude himself told Roger I am sorry but my spanish is pathetic but I will still ask you questions in spanish. In turn Roger is laughing at this retardedness.
do you even speak spanish because its my native language, and I can't find something wrong with the interviewers spanish.

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If that guy was interviewing me, I'd be on the verge of cracking up too. The interviewer has a face that makes you think he's about to crack a joke when he's talking seriously.
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Laughing at the Spanish language, so this is how Federer really feels about Nadal.
I don't think he is laughing about the Spanish language, just about the absurdity of the situation. Nothing wrong with that.

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