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I like them but the funny thing is they aren't too good at all. Everyone goes crazy when the guy requests Nadal and Novak just starts picking at his shorts. That's not even an impression really!

Still funny nonetheless but I think he gets too much credit for this "talent." But at least he isn't hyper politically correct like Nadal and Roger. Nice to see some personality.
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What the fuck Djokovic? David is not fat.



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What the fuck Djokovic? David is not fat.
well, let's put it this way, Nole is anorexic , and jelous that Nalby can eat whatever he wants to ... (like gluten free burgers etc.)
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I like them but the funny thing is they aren't too good at all. Everyone goes crazy when the guy requests Nadal and Novak just starts picking at his shorts. That's not even an impression really!
Watch the longer version, from the USO 2007 And yea, Novak was much more fun then, these days it's all just business

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His impersonations were always hilarious and brought some fun to the sport. It was just humourless prima-donnas like Federer and Nadal that took offense.
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His impersonations were always hilarious and brought some fun to the sport. It was just humourless prima-donnas like Federer and Nadal that took offense.
Give link to article how they were offended. I never heard about them taking it badly. I just think you are full of crap as usually.


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His impersonations were always hilarious and brought some fun to the sport. It was just humourless prima-donnas like Federer and Nadal that took offense.
You're full of sh1t.

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Yeah I liked Nole alot better when he was a free-spirited funny young bloke. Unfortunately alot of unnecessary comments from players who really can't take a joke have caused him to stop being like that.

Tennis could use a few more fools. I liked it alot when Youhzhny asked Agassi what to do last Wimbledon.

I miss the old Marcos Baghdatis too...and Safin
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Great !

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Tennis could use a few more fools. I liked it alot when Youhzhny asked Agassi what to do last Wimbledon.
That was an amazing moment.

I also liked Djokovic better when he was more of a jester character



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