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Bulgarian Tennis Player Grigor Dimitrov will Meet Rafael Nadal in Beijing SFs

08 October 2017, 01:08 | Nina Mathis

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Dimitrov fought back from one set down to take it to a deciding third before Nadal proved to be too strong as he converted his second match point to seal the victory.

'Just something came to my eye, that's all, ' said Nadal of the injury that appeared to be impairing his vision.

"In general terms, I think I played with not many mistakes. It was bothering me for a while". But the American's shot at the net wasn't clinical enough and Nadal spotted the chance to lob the 6ft 11 Isner, not an easy feat. Nadal will face a familiar figure in Dimitrov - the pair practised together at Nadal's base in Mallorca before the US Open, where the Spaniard won the title for a third time this year.

The 22-year-old Australian initially said he would give $10 for each ace toward emergency relief on the United States island following Hurricane Maria, which hit two weeks ago leaving more than 30 people dead and thousands homeless. "He played huge. So let's see what's going on tomorrow". So I'm very happy. The Australian, eighth headlining, triumphed when his opponent Steve Darcis has abandoned because of pain in the neck when he fired from the back 6-0, 3-0.

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Emotional Simona Halep called it the best day of her life and targeted a maiden Grand Slam as she surged to number one in the world for the first time on Saturday.

Halep's ousting of Spaniard Garbine Muguruza at the top of the women's game will be officially confirmed on Monday when the latest rankings are released. Halep and Ostapenko met at the French Open earlier this year, with the Latvian winning the duel.

There's a reason he's world number one. Kvitova said with the end of the season in sight, many players are running on empty. The 31-year-old was stretched to the limits by the Bulgarian, who went down in five sets. "I played a great first set, in my opinion".



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