The 17th in the world continues his fine Parisian journey. The Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov dominated the Pole Hurkacz (6-1, 4-6, 6-4) to return to the last four at Bercy for the second time after 2019. In form, the former world number 3 continues a second half- consecutive final in Masters 1000 after Shanghai. At 32, he believes that he continues to progress and that his current version is better than that of 2017 when he won the Masters and was world number 3: “It’s very difficult to put your finger on something in particular, especially with tennis. One of the things that has always been very important to me is improving at every level. For example, recently I've been focusing a lot on my diet, on my fitness. In general, the consistency that I demonstrate on and off the court is something you learn when you mature. Now I would say that the player I am today would dominate the player I was 6 years ago without losing a single set. » Confirmation expected on Saturday in the semi-final against Stefanos Tsitsipas.
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The 17th in the world continues his fine Parisian journey.
02 November 2023 Thursday 22:41 - 0 reads.
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