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Jimmy Had US Open Tennis Stars Secretly Slip Funny Words into Their Interviews


-Hey, guys, the U.S. Open
tennis tournament is happening right now, and we wanted to do something
fun with the players. So we gave a bunch of them
weird phrases and asked them to sneak those phrases
into their interviews as casually as possible. No one knew
that we were doing this. They just would say
these phrases. It’s bizarre, but it’s so good. Here, check it out.
Check this out. This is “Drop It In.” [ Cheers and applause ] ♪ -Drop it in, drop it in,
drop it in ♪ -…how the preparations
are gonna go you expect before
the U.S. Open this year. -Well, yeah, I mean, I usually
get into New York pretty early. And, you know, I spend, you
know, probably five or six days training over
at Flushing Meadows. And, you know, I used to
take cat naps. Now I’m taking kitten naps, which are half as long
but twice as cute. [ Ding ]
[ Laughter ] -It was easy for me to be able
to swing out at the start, and then it was kind of the — the tighter the strings, the
sweeter the swings a little bit. [ Ding ] -I think Serena is
so good at just knowing how to use every part
of the kayak. -I would be there because
somebody’s pushing me around. So I just try to do,
you know, game, set, match. Do the cabbage patch. [ Ding ]
[ Laughter ] You know what I mean?
-Yeah. -Patience is not one
of my best qualities. Let me tell you something. You’re never gonna find three
tennis balls in a Pringles can. [ Ding ]
[ Laughter ] -I look forward to training
and improving some of my things. Yeah, I mean, slap your dad
and call him Brad. [ Ding ]
[ Laughter ] -In the final against Roger, I managed to play the best
tennis of that week. And obviously when the score was
deuce, and juice got loose. [ Ding ]
[ Laughter ] -It’s basically instinct. When the score is deuce,
the juice gets loose. [ Ding ]
[ Laughter ] -Sweaty hugs, sweaty high-fives. Team towel. Like, I don’t even
know who agreed to that. [ Scottish accent ]
Thish ish tennis. I mean, I don’t — I don’t know
what we’re doing. [ Laughter and applause ] -Dude, “thish ish tennis”?
[ Cheers and applause ] That’s the best.
That is the best. Dude, I was so happy —
Thank you for doing that. I — “Thish ish tennis”
is what I wrote. I was like, “None of them
will do that one.” I was hoping maybe John McEnroe would be like,
“Thish ish tennis.” Yeah, just see if he can hear — But, dude, she did, like,
a character and everything. It was so good.
They were all great. Thank you so much
to all the players, the USTA, the ATP, WTA tours,
and the Cincinnati tournament.

44 thoughts on “Jimmy Had US Open Tennis Stars Secretly Slip Funny Words into Their Interviews

  1. The audacity of Jimmy to be able to make these world famous athletes say these random as hell phrases to the world watching them. Also, the acting levels of these tennis stars is insane, I'm impressed

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  3. and where is the proof that it came from him? and why did they do it? for me its just snippeds of interviews with funny phrases

  4. Haha. "You're never gonna find three tennis balls in a pringles can" 🀭🀭🀭 I was wondering why she said that.

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  6. What I love about the cabbage patch one was how she was like, you know what I mean? And the reporter was like, yeah. No you don’t reported! Lol, it’s a nonsense phrase!

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