Break the fake – Federer and Nadal laugh at Djokovic

1. This is what I found on Twitter. I’m going to check if it is a real video.

2. I went to the source but it didn’t have the blue checkmark.

3. I couldn’t find it online.

4. I also looked on Snopes.com to see if it was real. The video was real but the captions were false.

5. I also tried to check other sources, but I couldn’t find any. In conclusion, the video is fake.

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