What a beatdown, awesome!
I am not comparing anybody to nobody I am just trying to give an example that when it is not their day players can have a though match against anyone. And the difference between Isner and Nadal on clay is just about the same it is between Dimitrov and Evans (and fyi before this match their h2h was 2:0 for Evans - in the juniors)Lol, comparing Isner to fucking Daniel Evans. Isner has the quality to challenge everyone when he is on, Daniel Evans probably only challenges his Wii when he is on.
I havn't seen you post on other Dimitrov's threads so I cant say that you are one of them, but there are lots of pure haters around here that will never give credit to Dimitrov no matter what he does even if he wins a GS they will say yes but Federer has 16, if he wins 20 they will start whining how weak the era is (whatever that means), so arguing with people like that is plain pointless.I will only give Dimitrov credit when I actually see him play well and win, and didn't see that of yet.
Yes I am optimist because I don't think that loosing to top 30 player after you have dominated for two sets, had 2 match points and could not close, is something you should be ashamed of, it is a heart-breaker, but it is a part the path he has to go through.And you're an optimist. Forgot last week's loss already?