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Dimitrov Lectures Student Carlos At Miami Open

Grigor Dimitrov once again flashed the tennis world with another masterpiece performance by dominating world no. 2 Carlos Alcaraz 62 64 in the Miami Open quarterfinals. “I think I played good tennis. I mean, I left the court thinking that probably I had to change my game a little bit earlier, but anyway, I feel […] Continue to read full article...

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Miami Open Reaching Climax

The final two men’s semifinal spots will be contested Thursday… Carlos Alcaraz vs [11] Grigor Dimitrov Alcaraz leads H2H 3-1 • Alcaraz is attempting to reach the Miami Open semifinals for the third straight year, having won the title in 2022 before reaching the final four in 2023; The winner at Indian Wells earlier this […] Continue to read full article...

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Roland Garros Notebook

Bettina Bunge on the Roland Garros crowd treatment of Taylor Fritz in the Rindernech match yesterday: “Taylor Fritz is a very well brought up young man, he didn’t do ANYTHING to deserve this. Trust me, I lost a similar match vs Sue Barker at Wimbledon, and was reduced to tears, in fact I was wailing, […] Continue to read full article...

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Bublik Tortures Dimitrov Again!

Alexander Bublik must have some kind of mental edge on Grigor Dimitrov and if he does it’s an extremely minute margin. Today in Marseille, Bublik 75 36 76 (8-6) and it’s the third time he’s beaten Dimitrov, the first two victories over the Bulgarian were also in third set tiebreakers! In 2019 Bublik beat Super […] Continue to read full article...




Is The ATP Sportsmanship Award Rigged?

By Scoop Malinowski There are no coincidences. So it can’t be a coincidence that since 2004, only Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have won the ATP Sportsmanship Award. Federer has won the “award” thirteen times and Nadal has won it six times, including the last four years. Indeed, Federer and Nadal are very good sportsman […] Continue to read full article...

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Is Agassi A Mediocre Coach?

Andre Agassi produced mediocre results with Novak Djokovic, shortly before Djokovic re-hired his old coaching team which resulted in Djokovic returning to his best level and winning Wimbledon and US Open and regaining the ATP world no. 1 ranking. Djokovic's success begged the question...why couldn't Agassi inspire Djokovic to return to glory? Continue to read full article...

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Dimitrov Hires New Coach, Andre Agassi

Mardy Fish just tweeted that Grigor Dimitrov is in Paris for the Bercy Masters 1000 with a new coach - Andre Agassi. Dimitrov has struggled this year with less than impressive results, the year following his conquest of the ATP World Tour Finals in London last November. Continue to read full article...



Andy Murray Unsure if Dimitrov Can Win First Major

130707125357-andy-murray-novak-djokovc-wimbledon-single-image-cutAfter Andy Murray lost in three sets 67 64 63 to Grigor Dimitrov today at Miami Open I asked Andy the following question: "Dimitrov is kind of in the position you were at earlier in your career - hasn't been able to win a major - Do you think he has the qualities to break through to eventually win that first major?" Continue to read full article...

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Biofile: The Grigor Dimitrov Interview

gd (Note: I did this Biofile with the newly crowned Queens Club champion Grigor Dimitrov back when he was just eighteen, moments after his 2009 US Open first round qualifying win over Tobias Kamke 64 64.) First Tennis Memory: "First tennis memory...okay, I was holding my small racquet and I was on the wall. This is what I just remember. Hitting the ball. And actually that's all I remember for my first memory [smiles]. I was three." Tennis Inspirations: "I have a lot actually. You know I like Roger Federer, for sure, the best. Marat Safin also when I was a kid. I really loved Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi. All these players were unbelievable for me. And I just try to do something like that." Continue to read full article...

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