quite typical of what I read in this thread from some people who "agreed with him", but actually it's the opposite : he did actually say that in his opinion, Djokovic was fake, and Federer "wants to be above everything" and "might be unnatural", in some media it's also said "is full of himself" even though Nathii as a Polish woman seems to contest the latter translation.
he said djokovic was artificial, likes to act and show off (imo word "fake" is too strong for the sentence he said)
(tbh, i am surprised he said it about nole, given the fact how nole invited him to practise together and spoke very nice words about JJ)
he said federer was "above it all" and not "one of us", and then he gave example with the money on tour, where, as posters said, he didn't have enough knowledge (neither do i, so i don't comment)
he said he likes watching federer play, though.
i actually tend to really think he just gave an interview to a journalist who was asking him about life on tour, "so tell me now when you saw them from close, how are these top guys really like?" sort of thing. matkowski/fyrstenberg and radwanska also had to answer these questions before. it's all cos media here treat fed/nadal/nole as some half-divine beings; ofc a polish journalist wont interview federer, prob even won't have guts to fill in a form to ask for that, and a guy like janowicz is some peephole into the big world
at least that's my impression, knowing polish journalists well
when m/f started playing doubles at big stage it was also all over like "omg omg is it true you stood close to agassi? how did he look like?" and they were also pretty excited "omg omg so many famous people in the locker room, we saw agassi having a massage, he wore a towel!" and it was like a big sensation
so, in all its naivety, i would actually believe he said it without any knowledge it would get loud worldwide
he said he doesn't read newspapers and internet about himself, cos polish people hate like crazy online, anyone who's successful or not successful (it's true, polish internet commentaries are probably exceeding any expectations of bad, it's like a public toilet with the worst sorts of insults against sportsmen) so... it seems he'll be asked by international journalists now and will learn the first bitter lesson of a big mouth, esp. that his words did get twisted, they didn't sound this harsh in original language, and he'll have nothing to prove it
i wonder if he'll be gradually changing or not. i experienced irl players refusing to give any comments to some of the questions, because they were misquoted and trashed by press in the past (lapentti, korolev, dokic, melzer)