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Usually Novak Djokovic is amazing at impersonations, but.....this time we think he might have been a little out of his league. Here is what he said about his *attempt* at trying to impersonate Tom Thum's beatboxing at a recent TedX performance:
Inspired by Tom's great performance ( http://bit.ly/11yNMCu ) I thought I could give it a try... Obviously I need some practice, but I'm not that bad right? Hahaha
If you check out Tom's performance, you can clearly see who is superior, but I love the fact that Nole even tried. He is such a goofball! Enjoy!
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