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Re: Indian Wells R2: [5] Ferrer def. Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

Dimi is not doing a good job of channeling his inner Fed.

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Re: Indian Wells R2: [5] Ferrer def. Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

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almost a bye for David

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Dimitrov should learn a lesson from raonic when it comes to mental toughness........ He won't go far with his current attitude. Will he change? Will he fight? I hope so
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Re: Indian Wells R2: [5] Ferrer def. Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

...I expected more from Dimitrov, this is dissapointing

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Re: Indian Wells R2: [5] Ferrer def. Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

is the hype still going for this kid?? cos the only promising youngsters around are Nishikori and Berankis.

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Re: Indian Wells R2: [5] Ferrer def. Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

Dimitrov has a nice backhand and...? He's not a Fed doppelganger, he's a poor man's Gasquet and unless he gets electroshock therapy to completely change his mindset, he won't be getting anywhere

Ferru was his usual consistent compact self (except for that small patch in the first set) but that's always a tall order for people who cannot keep their head together for more than a couple of games.

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Dimitrov has a nice backhand and...? He's not a Fed doppelganger, he's a poor man's Gasquet and unless he gets electroshock therapy to completely change his mindset, he won't be getting anywhere

Ferru was his usual consistent compact self (except for that small patch in the first set) but that's always a tall order for people who cannot keep their head together for more than a couple of games.
His backhand really isn't that nice at all, pretty weak actually. The comparison to Federer is as vague as it gets.

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His backhand really isn't that nice at all, pretty weak actually. The comparison to Federer is as vague as it gets.

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Honestly: his movement is terrible (and that's what made Roger great), his ROS is bad bad, he doesn't have fire or passion...

I am not a hater but I honestly see nothing special in this guy, maybe his abs? (I love the pic with Dima )

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Re: Indian Wells R2: [5] Ferrer def. Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

Grigor is losing it and fast. At this stage Federer was making decent progress. Baby Fed or rubber Fed whatever you want to call him is showing no signs of improvement. There is no doubt that the courts are killing his game. Apparently the court is even slower this year .
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Thata was a real shocker from Dimitrova
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