At the 2021 US Open, world No. 1 Novak Djokovic failed to complete his Calendar Slam. In the finals, the Serbian superstar was defeated in straight sets by Daniil Medvedev, who also snapped his 27-match Grand Slam winning streak.
As a result, he is currently tied for third place in the Grand Slam standings with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
Elliot Loney, a well-known comedian and voice-over artist, just released a video following the conclusion of the US Open 2021. He described how various tennis players might have responded to Djokovic’s defeat at the US Open 2021.
Known for imitating tennis playera, he first pretended to be Rafael Nadal and sent a message.
“Hello everybody, this is Rafa Nadal. Obviously, I want to congratulate my good friend, Novak Djokovic, on winning the US…” said Loney when he was abruptly stopped. When he learned that Djokovic had lost the match, he had to change his words.
Loney certainly tried to give the impression that Nadal was ready to applaud Djokovic since he knew he would win. But, much to his amazement, this did not happen.
Loney imitates Rafael Nadal
When Loney’s Nadal learns that Djokovic has lost the US Open title in 2021, he becomes ecstatic. Even though he claims that he and Roger Federer are devastated by his defeat, his facial expressions suggest otherwise, as if he is overjoyed. He was definitely making fun of Nole and was speaking in a sarcastic tone.
He added, “I am so sorry, you lost the Novak. That is terrible news for me. Myself and Roger are so upset that you lost. That was the worst news,”
Rafael Nadal’s season in 2021 has already been cut short due to a foot ailment. Fans are hoping for a spectacular return to the court from the Spaniard next season.