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Re: Rotterdam R2 Dimitrov def. Devydenko 7-5 6-3

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I've only watched bits and chunks of this match, since I was glued to soccer match at the same time, taking place in Madrid...but from what I saw, Davy gifted the break in the first set with brainless errors and I assume the second set went the similar route as well. Bulgarian pusher did well to capitalize on old Kolya's mistakes I guess
Hmmm? U watched only when Davy makes UE ,how strange for a hater And Grigor is such an agresive player,to call him a pusher is shame even for a hater like u,find something new !About this match : The fact i love the most is that Grigor played really well from the beginning to the end
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Are you talking out of your shithole? Dimitrov definitely has an amazing touch and surely his fh is top 5, he just needs one shot with it to end rallies.
honestly I love Dimitrov and I would love his forehand to be that good, but unfortunately it's not true

he has an amazing touch, that is true

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Re: Rotterdam R2 Dimitrov def. Devydenko 7-5 6-3

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I've only watched bits and chunks of this match, since I was glued to soccer match at the same time, taking place in Madrid...but from what I saw, Davy gifted the break in the first set with brainless errors and I assume the second set went the similar route as well. Bulgarian pusher did well to capitalize on old Kolya's mistakes I guess
I've heard Dimitrov called many things, both good and bad but never a "pusher". Well done madmax, with each post, you prove how little you understand tennis.
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Re: Rotterdam R2 Dimitrov def. Devydenko 7-5 6-3

Huge improvement from Dimitrov after the Tomic match.
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Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, Del Potro, Tsonga, Berdych, Nishikori, Verdasco, Lopez, Bellucci. Could name more.

Not even sure Dimi's FH is on the same level as Cilic, Almagro, Tomic etc.

No, I don't judge the player. I said that I would start rooting against that player so those retarded fanboys wouldn't get the satisfaction. That's a pretty common reaction I think when faced with the stupidity sometimes (often) present in GM. I can still respect the player in question however.
Verdasco, Nishikori, Lopez and Bellucci better forehands - not. Has equal forehand with the others aside from Federer and Nadal I guess. Watch some matches of his and you'll find out.
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Verdasco, Nishikori, Lopez and Bellucci better forehands - not. Has equal forehand with the others aside from Federer and Nadal I guess. Watch some matches of his and you'll find out.

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Why not?
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If Dimitrov happens to add some beef to his groundies, which I reckon he'll do, and improve his ROS, he will certainly go far. He already has a lot of shots in his disposal.

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Re: Rotterdam R2 Dimitrov def. Devydenko 7-5 6-3

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I am a fan of both of these guys, I wish that they didnt have to play against each other because one had to lose.

However, Dimitrov has a massive forehand. Certainly better than Belucci, Nishikori, Verdasco(Gone to shit nowadays) or Lopez but not as good as Federer or Del Potro yet any way. As for Davydenko, he just hasnt got the extra zip on his ground strokes like he used to.
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Re: Rotterdam R2 Dimitrov def. Devydenko 7-5 6-3

Nice spelling, OP. Well done.
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Grisha you did it!
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Verdasco, Nishikori, Lopez and Bellucci better forehands - not. Has equal forehand with the others aside from Federer and Nadal I guess. Watch some matches of his and you'll find out.
That's why I said you can believe what you want. I am not interested in discussing this with Dimitrovtards, of course they will overrate his forehand. That's how it usually goes.

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That's why I said you can believe what you want. I am not interested in discussing this with Dimitrovtards, of course they will overrate his forehand. That's how it usually goes.
Are you mentally retarded? I am not a tard of anything, just saying what I think.
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Are you mentally retarded? I am not a tard of anything, just saying what I think.
Dial down on the insults would ya. Actually intelligence wise I'm in the top 2-3% of the population but thanks for asking. And you're clearly a Dimitrovtard, just like I'm a Sodertard. It's MTF lingo.

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