Djokovic Defeats Dimitrov And Goes Through To The Quarterfinals In Cincinnati

◼️ In a game postponed because of the rain, the Serbian took advantage of the advantage with which he went last night to sleep with and defeated Dimitrov in the 3R of Cincinnati.

Novak Djokovic took advantage of the lead with which he went to sleep last night against Grigor Dimitrov and went through to the quarterfinals of the Cincinnati Masters 1000 with a score of 2-6 6-3 6-4 after two hours and 20 minutes of match play. He went through some troubles but stopped the Bulgarian’s attacks to certify his pass to the next round.

There was very little margin that Grigor had to shorten differences with Djokovic and the Serbian, who after overcoming those small troubles, didn’t hesitate to close with his serve this difficult match, where he will face later today against the Canadian Milos Raonic. Dimitrov is unable to defend his crown and although he loses more than 900 points, he will remain within the Top 10.

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