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Tennis: Dimitrov stopped in the round of 16 of the Masters 1000 in Rome

The Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, 10th in the world, fell in the round of 16 of the Masters 1000 in Rome against the American Taylor Fritz (13th), paying the high price for his inability to realize his break points.

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Tennis: Dimitrov stopped in the round of 16 of the Masters 1000 in Rome

The Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, 10th in the world, fell in the round of 16 of the Masters 1000 in Rome against the American Taylor Fritz (13th), paying the high price for his inability to realize his break points. He lost after 2 hours 43 minutes of play 6-2, 6-7 (11/13), 6-1.

If he hit 39 winning shots, he committed 38 unforced errors and eleven double-faults, including three in the fifth game of the decisive set. The Bulgarian also did not realize any of his eleven break points. He needed ten set points to equalize at one set all at the end of a decisive game lasting almost 18 minutes.

He then paid for this riot of energy in the following set where he lost his footing physically. Already a quarter-finalist in Madrid, Fritz will try to get his ticket to the last four against the German Alexander Zverev, 5th in the world, or the Portuguese Nuno Borges (53rd).

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