Currently, fans are watching the 2020 ATP Finals and it has been amazing to see players compete on the court. However, even off the court, players like Novak Djokovic and Stefanos Tsitsipas have managed to provide some entertainment.
Recently, both men were featured in a video by the ATP and in that video, they tried to speak in British accents. It was great to watch them do this, and now many are left wondering who did the accent better. Andy Murray and Gael Monfils have just weighed in on this topic.
Here are their 🇬🇧 accents, to help you decide 😁@DjokerNole | @StefTsitsipas | #NittoATPFinals pic.twitter.com/mRxOyhUv2v
— ATP Tour (@atptour) November 17, 2020
When asked about the accents, Andy Murray thought that Novak Djokovic did a better job. He said, “I think Novak had a better English accent than Tsitsipas. I think he had it spot on; Novak is unbelievable with languages and stuff like that.”
The British star went on to compare Novak’s language and his vocabulary with the amazing things he does on the court. He said, “His vocabulary and everything is so much more impressive than what he does on the court.”
An important match for Novak Djokovic
It was great to hear Novak Djokovic speaking in a British accent, but that’s not the reason he is in London. He is there to compete at the ATP Finals and now, he will be playing his most important match against Alexander Zverev.
This match will decide who plays in the semi-finals, which is why Novak is eager to win it. The match will be tough as Zverev has been playing some amazing tennis recently. However, Djokovic has won the ATP Finals five times for a reason, and one can expect him to do his best when he plays tomorrow.
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