Novak Djokovic vs. Maria Sharapova

In this latest viral promo from HEAD’s new YouTek Instinct campaign that Djokovic posted on his Facebook account yesterday, the current World No. 1  Serbian player imitates Maria Sharapova.

Maria reacted by saying ‘HAHAHA did you see what Novak Djokovic posted? Hey Novak, is that your new road to success – trying to be me? I am a little disappointed you did not wear my dress and think you could work on your body language a bit more! And the hair… no comment on that… what do you guys think?’

Our vote goes to Novak Djokovic, what about yours?

Original video featuring Maria Sharapova

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Novak Djokovic Imitating Maria Sharapova

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