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Chang-Sat Bangkok Open QF : Grigor Dimitrov def. Dmitry Tursunov 7-6 6-3

Grisha Grigor Dimitrov continues to steam roll CHOOO CHOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!

Go Soeda of Japan the second seed will be next. If he can defeat Soeda then the title is pretty much in the bag. Simply legendary

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Re: Chang-Sat Bangkok Open QF : Grigor Dimitrov def. Dmitry Tursunov 7-6 6-3

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Re: Chang-Sat Bangkok Open QF : Grigor Dimitrov def. Dmitry Tursunov 7-6 6-3

you have a wrong idea of "legendary" I think, it's a fucking mug asian challenger lulz, these are extremely good results however but he needs to show results on the ATP tour in the next years
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Re: Chang-Sat Bangkok Open QF : Grigor Dimitrov def. Dmitry Tursunov 7-6 6-3

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you have a wrong idea of "legendary" I think, it's a fucking mug asian challenger lulz, these are extremely good results however but he needs to show results on the ATP tour in the next years
Dude you really don't have to be racist in your comment... Obviously I'm in the Grisha Bandwagon and I'm exaggerating ok. No need to get serious. We're just happy he won.

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Re: Chang-Sat Bangkok Open QF : Grigor Dimitrov def. Dmitry Tursunov 7-6 6-3

tursunov is in poor form, and he probably didnt care much losing to his friend grigor.
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Re: Chang-Sat Bangkok Open QF : Grigor Dimitrov def. Dmitry Tursunov 7-6 6-3

Grigor and Dima are good friends so I'm sure the crazy Russian is happy for his buddy. Dima has been off for a long time and just came off a long match in the middle of the day the match before, so this result isn't a surprise. Grigor has been playing great, good to see him translating his futures results in challengers. He'll be in the top 150 if he wins this event.
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tursunov is in poor form, and he probably didnt care much losing to his friend grigor.
Tursunov beated Gremelmayr in previous round, so not that bad

Now it's maybe time for Grigor's second challenger tittle and enter the top 150

ATP 250s next. Can't wait
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Re: Chang-Sat Bangkok Open QF : Grigor Dimitrov def. Dmitry Tursunov 7-6 6-3

Tursunov sure has fallen far. One good win, and that was Gabashvili, who is very unreliable

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Good results for Bulgarian, I think by the end of the year he could be around 120
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Re: Chang-Sat Bangkok Open QF : Grigor Dimitrov def. Dmitry Tursunov 7-6 6-3

blatant fix.
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Re: Chang-Sat Bangkok Open QF : Grigor Dimitrov def. Dmitry Tursunov 7-6 6-3

Looks like a second challenger title for Grigor.

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Re: Chang-Sat Bangkok Open QF : Grigor Dimitrov def. Dmitry Tursunov 7-6 6-3

Don't want to open a new thread but we have a new final awaiting

Dimitrov - Soeda 6-3 6-7 6-0

Is it his 5th consecutive final? and eventually 5th consecutive tittle

A win means top 150

Is there a venue he could play at least qualies with this ranking in ATP till the end of the year?
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Re: Chang-Sat Bangkok Open QF : Grigor Dimitrov def. Dmitry Tursunov 7-6 6-3

I was there at his matches yesterday and today. Awesome! Grisha was a bit tired during set 2 vs Soeda (it's Bangkok noontime, his face was so red.) Then during set 3, the weather was cooling down just a bit and he could regroup and won the match. Soeda was consistent throughout.

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Re: Chang-Sat Bangkok Open QF : Grigor Dimitrov def. Dmitry Tursunov 7-6 6-3

Finally, you Grigor fans have reason to start to talk about how good Grisha could be in the future...
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Re: Chang-Sat Bangkok Open QF : Grigor Dimitrov def. Dmitry Tursunov 7-6 6-3

one more Grigor

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