Dimitrov labors past Thiem at ATP Finals

Dimitrov labors past Thiem at ATP Finals

Dimitrov labors past Thiem at ATP Finals

In a topsy-turvy decider, Dimitrov engineered a break and served for the match only for Thiem to hit back, but that only brought a stay of execution for the Austrian, who served two double faults to hand the advantage back to his opponent.

"The first time I got broken (at 5-4) I thought "okay let's get back up and try again", Dimitrov, who enjoyed some noisy support from a contingent of Bulgarian fans, said on court.

"Everybody has a different path, different way", the 2017 Australian Open semi-finalist said. I mean, I think there's a lot of components that are kind of coming together at some point. You kind of make a decision. Nonetheless, Grigor made the biggest difference in the mid-range points, from 5 to 8 strokes, beating the Austrian 26-14, and they were pretty much even in the longest exchanges. It was just against like fighting with my demons to find the right path to be consistent enough. "This is where I always wanted to be at; among the top players".

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Dimitrov was able to hold more easily but those 2 breaks he suffered cost him dearly, otherwise, he could have scored a more convincing win.

"It for me was just one of those new experiences that I think I'm going to remember for the rest of my life".

"It's great for me to show that everything is possible".

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Later, Nadal takes on David Goffin in the second match in the Pete Sampras group, with questions over his fitness after the Spaniard admitted he was not training at 100 percent following his withdrawal from the Paris Masters with a knee injury.

There is something old-school about a tennis match when two one-handed backhands go head to head these days - memories of a time when finesse and not power was the pre-requisite for a player.

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