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Watch: Tennis Umpire calls ‘Game Federer’ in Djokovic’s Match

Watch: Tennis Umpire calls 'Game Federer' in Djokovic's Match
Watch: Tennis Umpire calls 'Game Federer' in Djokovic's Match
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The Tennis Umpire said GAME FEDERER in Djokovic’s match in Rome 2020

The hilarious scene on the Masters 1000 in Rome during the match between Novak Djokovic and Dominik Koepfer.

As the world No. 1 broke white in the third game of the final set, the referee called a “Federer game”

before resuming a few seconds later with a “Djokovic”. Very funny.

Watch: Tennis Umpire calls ‘Game Federer’ in Djokovic’s Match

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Watch: Tennis Umpire calls ‘Game Federer’ in Djokovic’s Match

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Tennis Umpire calls ‘Game Federer’ in Djokovic’s Match

The Swiss Master, Roger Federer is always in the limelight. When he is at the tour and even when he is absent.

The match between Novak Djokovic and Dominik Koefter is now in the news for the absurd error by the umpire as he calls Novak as ‘Federer.’

In the final set, when the game was won by Djokovic at 1-1 the umpire says “game Federer…. Djokovic”. 

The German lost the point trailing 0-40 to Federer. At the change of ends, the umpire Nacho Forcadell declared the wrong name.

Even though it was a matter of seconds, it indicates that no tour can be complete without Roger Federer.

The Swiss master is away fro the 2020 season due to a knee injury. He is only returning in January 2021 to resume the tour.

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In a recent interview of The Swiss legend He revealed He will make a comeback to the Tennis courts again.

Now I’m back in training after my knee surgery and next week I will play twice on the court again,”

“45 minutes each. The big goal remains to participate in the Australian Open in January.”