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Frances Tiafoe has made a name for himself at the Australian Open not only for his talent on the court but also his LeBron James-style celebrations after every victory
The American has ripped his shirt off and pumped his biceps into a tribute to James that has made news back in the United States.
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He didn't get the opportunity to do another one on Tuesday night after losing to Rafael Nadal in straight sets, so John McEnroe asked Nadal if he'd be willing to offer a similar celebration for the crowd and rip his shirt off.
But the Spaniard was shy, refusing to take his shirt off as the crowd cheered, offering some encouragement.
"No, I don't have his body , "Nadal joked.
" No. You can do it. I cannot. "[1
The No.2 seed's run to the last four has exceeded even his expectations after an injury-interrupted preparation for the year's first Grand Slam.
When asked what would have said if someone told him to make the semi-final at the Australian Open this year after having played a tournament since the US Open, Nadal said: "I don't know. Just not that great, the possibilities aren't very high.
"Just very happy. I feel lucky to be where I am all the things I went through to keep competing at this level.
"That's why I wake up every morning and I go to court or to the gym with a goal to be better player."
Originally published as "I don't have his body": Nadal refuses to rip shirt off