WATCH: Stefanos Tsitsipas and Novak Djokovic Succeed in Emulating British Accent at ATP Finals 2020




Serbian star Novak Djokovic and Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas have arrived in London for the last event of 2020 – the ATP Finals. They have been there for quite a short period of time but the place has still managed to influence them a lot. We say that as they were both heard speaking in a British accent.

This is the last year that the ATP Finals is being played in London as it will move to Italy in 2021. To bid farewell to the iconic arena, the above video was shot, featuring all the participants of this year’s event.

In the video, Tsitsipas started speaking in a British accent but the producer told him that he didn’t have to. Many of his fans would not have liked this as they would have wanted to hear more of Stefanos’ accent.

Towards the end, Djokovic brought out his accent and told everyone to follow the ATP Tour’s social channels. He then looked at his producer who admitted that he nailed the accent.

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Novak Djokovic And Stefanos Tsitsipas At The ATP Finals

It was great to see Novak Djokovic and Stefanos Tsitsipas doing some accents. However, everyone wants to see them play tennis, and this is the reason why they are at the ATP Finals.

The event just began yesterday, and unfortunately, it was not a good day for Tsitsipas. He faced Dominic Thiem in his first round-robin match and sadly lost in three sets. This is definitely a setback for him as he will have to win his next 2 matches to qualify for the semi-finals.

Moving on, Djokovic will play his first round-robin match today against Diego Schwartzman. The Argentine has been playing extremely well and he could pose a huge threat to the Serb. Novak knows this, and will be bringing out his best tennis today.

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