Novak Djokovic's Attempt At An Australian Accent Left His Fan In Stitches
Novak Djokovic's attempt at an Australian accent left his fans in stitches on Wednesday.
Djokovic scored a quick win over Kei Nishikori as the Japanese player was forced to retire in the second set of their Australian Open quarter-final clash.
Djokovic was leading 6-1, 4-1 at the time.
But as Nishikori retreated down the player's tunnel to receive treatment for his leg injury, Djokovic remained on court to give a post-match interview.
Much to the crowd's delight, he said "mate," then "good on ya," before finally "fair dinkum".
Djokovic's accent, however, was unquestionably bad.