Novak Djokovic has funny Andy Murray encounter in Paris: “You winning?”

While Novak Djokovic was playing a table tennis match in the Rolex Paris Masters complex, Andy Murray stopped by and asked Novak if he was winning. See the whole encounter in the video below.





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Murray is out of Paris

Andy Murray lost against Gilles Simon in his first match in Paris. 

“Having that happen after a set and a half on an indoor court where it’s not particularly hot is really not acceptable.

There’s no guarantee that I win that match, but when you lose matches, and it feels like it’s down to your physicality, it’s really, really disappointing. It’s nothing to do with my hip. I think just the reality is I need to work harder. 

Obviously, there’s certain things I can and can’t do nowadays, I need to be a bit more careful with some of the training that I do. But I can certainly do more than what I have done and push myself harder than what I have done recently.

What I’m trying to do is extremely hard. I need to do exceptional things to still compete,” Murray said, per Eurosport. 

Federer also played table tennis at Laver Cup

Just as Djokovic did in Paris, Roger Federer clashed with Team World’s Diego Schwartzman in a match of ping pong, or table tennis if you prefer, before the start of the Laver Cup. Both players mimed the breathing techniques they use on the tennis court.

Federer released a video of the moment on his Instagram account. “Just a quick warmup for the Gala,” Federer captioned the video.





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In a long interview, Roger Federer revealed what activities he likes to do with his children in his spare time.

The Swiss Maestro said: “I haven’t taught my kids to play cards yet, but they’re already doing pretty well at Uno. During the pandemic, I spent two whole weeks with them building Harry Potter’s castle with Legos.

Then we set up a mini ping pong table and enjoyed playing together.”