Djokovic made Dimitrov cry in the Paris final

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The final of the Masters 1000 ATP in Paris had the expected resolution, with the victory of the Serbian Novak Djokovic36 years old and world No. 1, about Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov32 years old and No. 17, 6-4 and 6-3 in one hour and 38 minutes.

After the protocol greeting, the drama of seeing how a veteran like Dimitrov went to his seat and completely covered his head with a towel. Although he did not hide what was visible: restless crying.

A few tears and red eyes prove how hurt he is. Grigor Dimitrov. The public at the Accor Arena recognized his plight, and received the biggest applause of the afternoon.


He is over the situation. AND Novak DjokovicLogically, he has no mercy. He didn’t even let her move or have a hint of reaction. The seven-time champion did his job, destroying his opponent to claim his 97th title.

The pain was painful, although his own actions were even more painful. Dimitrovwho has not won a tournament since he was ‘master’, the best in the ATP Finals, in 2017, wanted to enjoy the finals, but it was difficult, because of ‘Nole’, untouchable’, and the personal feeling that the pressure became a burden, when his resurgence in the sport was linked to a new ability to enjoy tennis, which now does not have so many relationships.


It also struck a chord Djokovic, with words to comfort his opponent, whom he gave a hug after seeing how sunk he was, before the ceremony: “Grigor, I regret the result today. It’s never easy to lose in the final. I want to encourage you to stay Steadfast and keep going. You played some of the best tennis I’ve seen you play this week and the last few months. Keep it up. Congratulations to your team and your family.”

Dimitrov expressed his gratitude to the audience for cheering him on. “These last three months have been a roller coaster for me. Reaching the final means more than you can imagine. And it wouldn’t be possible without you. It’s been an incredible journey this year, who completed a year on a very high note ,” means the Bulgarian, who praised Djokovic’s conquest: “I’m running out of words for him, I don’t know what to tell you, congratulations on another incredible -believe week,” he concluded.

Source: La Verdad

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