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Jimmy Fallon Mocks Tennis Pro Roger Federer in Hysterical ‘Late Night’ Skit [VIDEO]

Jimmy Fallon
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In honor of the U.S. Open, Jimmy Fallon mimicked pro Roger Federer in a skit called “At the Bar With Roger Federer” on ‘Late Night.’

Fallon, as Federer, perches on a barstool and espouses hysterical wisdom in mangled English, reminding us that this year’s U.S. Open takes place in New York, also known as the “Round Apple” and “The City That Doesn’t Do the Sleeping.”

Then, Fallon goes off on a tangent about the virtues of turkey, which he pronounces “torkey,” and the various other uses for a tennis racket, including air guitar, sword, frying pan and snowshoe.

Watch Fallon’s Federer impression below:

[Late Night With Jimmy Fallon]

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