Is Roger Federer more likely to lose to someone whose language he can't speak?

Since 2004, Federer has lost 21 matches: - 8 to Nadal - 2 to Canas - 1 each to Djokovic, Volandri, Safin, Nalbandian, Kuerten, Costa, Hrbaty, Berdych, Murray, Henman and Gasquet. Out of these 21, only Murray, Henman and Gasquet speak languages that Federer knows. 18 out of 21 losses have been to people who... show more Since 2004, Federer has lost 21 matches:
- 8 to Nadal
- 2 to Canas
- 1 each to Djokovic, Volandri, Safin, Nalbandian, Kuerten, Costa, Hrbaty, Berdych, Murray, Henman and Gasquet.

Out of these 21, only Murray, Henman and Gasquet speak languages that Federer knows.

18 out of 21 losses have been to people who speak languages that are foreign to him.

Is Roger Federer more likely to lose to someone who speaks a language that he can't?
Update: Clarification: This is all in jest of course. Federer speaks 4 languages fluently - German, Swiss German, English and French. He speaks a little of a few other languages, but I"m not interested in those. http://www.rogerfederer.com/en/fanzone/askroger/index.cfm?uNC=37353166&uPage=7 In Madrid and Rome,... show more Clarification:
This is all in jest of course.

Federer speaks 4 languages fluently - German, Swiss German, English and French.
He speaks a little of a few other languages, but I"m not interested in those.
http://www.rogerfederer.com/en/fanzone/a...
In Madrid and Rome, he spoke to the crowds in English because by his own admission, his Spanish and Italian were not very good.

Also most tennis players speak english. The question is whether they speak a language that Roger can't.
Update 2: Most tennis players speak english. The question is whether they speak another language that Roger can't speak fluently.
Update 3: Henman's and Murray's native languages are English. Would you really say that "Scottish" is a unique language, or merely a dialect of English?
Update 4: It'd be funny to see Scotland start a war with someone. If you were to make such distinctions over such nuances of language, then what about European vs South American spanish? What about British vs American English? Let's redefine it as the Federer not being able to speak fluently his opponent's... show more It'd be funny to see Scotland start a war with someone. If you were to make such distinctions over such nuances of language, then what about European vs South American spanish? What about British vs American English?

Let's redefine it as the Federer not being able to speak fluently his opponent's native/first language.
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