Grigor Dimitrov is putting a good season back on track after all, with the fourth round at the 2020 French Open and some good performances (amidst some usual blackout moments) after the resumption of the season, in August, following the long forced break due to of the spread of the global Covid-19 pandemic, which has limited this atypical tennis season in a surreal way.
In the ATP Antwerp tournament, Grigor Dimitrov's backhand appears to be back on-fire. In fact, in the second round match won in three sets against Pablo Andujar, the Bulgarian won a great point thanks to his most effective shot.
Power, concreteness, precision and elegance. A winning mix that turned out to be one of the best points of the week. Dimitrov won the match 4-6 6-3 6-3, and now, in the third round, he will wait the winner of the match between Camoren Norrie and Milos Raonic.