Grigor Dimitrov's victory over Roger Federer in the US open quarterfinal clash with a 0-7 record against 19-time major champion had surprised many, maybe himself as well, as nothing indicated something like that could have happened.
Grigor Dimitrov arrived at the US Open mired in one of the deepest slumps of his career, losing seven of his eight matches leading into the season's final major, writes ATP Tour.
But stunning Roger Federer in a Grand Slam quarter-final is a pretty good way to wipe away those bad memories for the World No. 78.
The duel between the two is the second of the US Open 2019 night session.
Roger Federer has shared his expectations for the upcoming quarterfinal against Grigor Dimitrov at the US Open, Gong.bg reports. In practice, the duel between the two is the second of the night session of the US Open 2019, with the meeting beginning after 3:00 Bulgarian time.
For the third time in his career, Grigor Dimitrov qualified for the semifinals of the last US Grand Slam tournament. On Friday, the Bulgarian beat the Polish qualifier Kamil Majchrzak with 3-0 sets after almost 140 minutes on the court.
He has reached this stage of the tournament in 2014 and 2016, and even as a teenager he even won this race.
The Bulgarian showed strong character and he won the duel against the Italian Andreas Seppi.
Grigor Dimitrov won the match against Italian Andreas Seppi, in the first round of the US Open with 6: 1, 6: 7 (2), 6: 4, 6: 3 in 2 hours and 47 minutes of play. The Bulgarian showed strong character and deservedly won, writes Gong.Bg.