ROGER FEDERER WADES IN AFTER RAFAEL NADAL CALLS OUT NOVAK DJOKOVIC AT AUSTRALIAN OPEN

ROGER FEDERER has backed up arch-rival Rafael Nadal after he vented his frustration at Novak Djokovic this morning.

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Djokovic: okovi is a Serbian surname originating in Niki, Montenegro[citation needed] that may refer to:
Novak: Novk, Novak or Nowak is a surname in a number of Slavic languages, and one of the most popular surnames in many Slavic countries, namely the Czech Republic, Croatia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia,Poland, and Russia.
Novak Djokovic: 45,686,497
Rafael Nadal: 50,061,827