Grigor Dimitrov protagonist of one of the best shots of the month at the ATP 500 in Vienna. In the second set, on the score of 4-2 (15-30), the Bulgarian found himself hurling a simply crazy response on a powerful serve from Stefanos Tsitsipas.
Turning around the ball, Dimitrov got an impregnable winner for the rival. Incredible! Grigor defeated Tsitsipas in three sets in the second round of the ATP 500 in Vienna, with the final score of 6 (5) -7 6-4 6-3. In the remake of the one-backhand-derby with Stefanos Tsitsipas, Grigor Dimitrov manages to change the epilogue after the defeat on clay of Bois de Boulogne in the third round.
The Bulgarian, who wastes a 5-0 advantage during the tie break of the first fraction, manages to regroup the score with a break in the heart of the match and above all to repeat himself in the decinding set. Above all, managing to cancel three balls for the counter-break in the game immediately and succeeding in repeating itself on return at 5-3.
Emblematic in some way 6-7 (5) 6-4 6-3 which matures when the luminous scoreboard has exceeded two hours by about fifteen minutes
This might genuinely be the most ridiculous return winner you'll ever see 😱@GrigorDimitrov ripping up the textbook!