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Re: Madrid R2: Dimitrov def. Djokovic 7-6 (6) 6-7 (8) 6-3

Q. I want to ask you about Dimitrov.
NOVAK DJOKOVIC: I just said about Dimitrov everything I am going to say.

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So after this match and by the evidence stated in this thread, we can all confirm that Djokovic, Nadal and Federer lack class. Murray is the classiest player of the top 4 by default.

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Amazing reaction after the win by Dimitrov, not roaring, screaming but a good smile.

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I sense revenge from Djokovic in Rome....

Shirt-ripping and gladiator scream should be expected...
You bet. He is so winning Rome.
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You bet. He is so winning Rome.
Yes - it's possible but it's also possible that his "ankle" will flair up again when he's a set and a break down so you can't really count that loss.

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I rarely post on MTF anymore but there are some OBSESSED people here

I actually think this match will only motivate Novak more

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For the future, i think Novak won't ever win this tournament again cause bad condition on the court and he won't give sh/t to give his max risking injury.
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Nadal has never done what Nole did yesterday: Being one-legged in one instant and then running like a leopard 5 minutes later. That was lame.

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Not to ruin the joke, but isn't he supposed to be with Sharapova who isn't #1?
i know it's not fully flawless, but we could say it's both the #1 in the race ranking

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Dimitrov will never win anything above 250 level.
Rome R1 Zverev def. Dimitrov -
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I never wrote this about active player after lost match but seriously - Dimitrov should retire from tennis.
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well, I don't think Madrid will see Djokovic ever again.
it will be the perfect venue for him to win a lot of important points next year.

these might be more important than they look now

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Dimitrov will never win anything above 250 level.
Rome R1 Zverev def. Dimitrov -
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I never wrote this about active player after lost match but seriously - Dimitrov should retire from tennis.
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Re: Madrid R2: Dimitrov def. Djokovic 7-6 (6) 6-7 (8) 6-3

Writing this again for the benefit of those who missed the action yesterday
it was a Low quality clay match played in hardcourt style
very little topspin in rallies
Many errors
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Djokovic congratulate to Dimitrov on his twitter page



True sportsman.

True Spartan.
What's "spartan" about tweeting? Or losing out to an opponent who's cramping?


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Re: Madrid R2: Dimitrov def. Djokovic 7-6 (6) 6-7 (8) 6-3

Not a good advert for tennis, all things considered.

One of the players couldn't be arsed, the other was cramping after about an hour, and they both couldn't stay on their feet for very long at all. Djokovic's behaviour doesn't befit a number one, and apparent ambassador for the sport at all well, but we can forgive him on this one occasion. I, for one, think he's coped well with being number one, and until now hasn't made any bad mistakes when it comes to maintaining the right kind of image.

The match itself was okay, but kinda low quality considering Djokovic wasn't playing at a good level at all. Dimitrov will be found out when he faces a top quality player who is on the court mentally, unlike Djokovic. It was great theatre though, loved the tie-breaks in particular.
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Not a good advert for tennis, all things considered.

One of the players couldn't be arsed, the other was cramping after about an hour, and they both couldn't stay on their feet for very long at all. Djokovic's behaviour doesn't befit a number one, and apparent ambassador for the sport at all well, but we can forgive him on this one occasion. I, for one, think he's coped well with being number one, and until now hasn't made any bad mistakes when it comes to maintaining the right kind of image.

The match itself was okay, but kinda low quality considering Djokovic wasn't playing at a good level at all. Dimitrov will be found out when he faces a top quality player who is on the court mentally, unlike Djokovic. It was great theatre though, loved the tie-breaks in particular.
Imo Djokovic's actions are good for the sport. Whilst his behaviour might not have been acceptable it has certainly created a lot of talk and heated debate.

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Writing this again for the benefit of those who missed the action yesterday
it was a Low quality clay match played in hardcourt style
very little topspin in rallies
Many errors
Disregard the above subjective (dunno what to call it without being offensive)

Here the full match for everyone to make his own mind -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JlLDKt_Vzo

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Dimitrov will never win anything above 250 level.
Rome R1 Zverev def. Dimitrov -
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I never wrote this about active player after lost match but seriously - Dimitrov should retire from tennis.
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