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Tsitsipas was playing like Tsitsipas, Dimitrov was playing like Dimitrov, a routine straight-setter was the logical consequence.
 

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Dimitrov: 22 winners, 53 errors. That should tell anyone everything they needed to know about this "match." Tsitsipas was below average at best.
 

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Nothing to see here just a talented player destroying a challenger mug.
 

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Dimi could do better, but congrats to Tsitsi, he has a mission to beat Novak.
 

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Tsitsipas was very average as he struggled in some of his service games to hold.
Dimugtrov made a record quantity of errors in 3 sets, at least for his standards.

The culmination of the match was the close TB, which was won over 4 cheap FH errors of the Bulgarian.
 

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Was very routine, should've been more comfortable than the score. Tsitsi's level was very good, served well, and wasn't making many UEs (unlike his opponent) Dimitrov mentally went after the TB as expected.

Tsitsi/Rublev should be a good match but my money is on Tsitsi if he plays like this.
 

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Except for the nerve-wracking 2nd set TB that was quite a one-sided affair.

Another straight set victory for Stefanos is really perfect at this stage of the tournament.

In spite of the deepest possible Hamburg run he might have just enough left in the tank for a few more matches.

One more win until the inevitable SF showdown.

Keep it up, The Greek Freak!
 

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Except for the nerve-wracking 2nd set TB that was quite a one-sided affair.

Another straight set victory for Stefanos is really perfect at this stage of the tournament.

In spite of the deepest possible Hamburg run he might have just enough left in the tank for a few more matches.

One more win until the inevitable SF showdown.

Keep it up, The Greek Freak!
Stefanos giving him hope in the 2nd tiebreak only to take it all away and accelerate his balding, beautiful.
 

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I can’t stand Tsitsi, though that has no effect on the world at all! Grigor must be the most under achieved player of his time and I feel sorry for him. He played some fantastic shots in the 2nd set but just can’t string it all together. And he’s looking very old for his years while trying to look young in that terrible outfit. It just goes to show, Party Boys don’t win.
 

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QFs lineups looks promising. A set win was the ceiling for Dimug in this match. 50/50 now vs Rublev.
 

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Expected safe passage to the QF for Tsitsi, played well enough to secure the straight set win. (y)

The prematurely aging twink Dimi competed well in set two, but did not bring much else to the proceedings to be frank.
 
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