Jannik Sinner, Grigor Dimitrov draw comparison: ‘I would have liked to disappear’

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Jannik Sinner, Grigor Dimitrov make a comparison: "I would have liked to disappear"

Grigor Dimitrov praised Jannik Sinner after the Miami final won by the Blue: "He played fantastic tennis, è impressive to see him continue to play like this. He plays his shots without doubt, è clearly he has reached his best tennis. Can he è get even better? I don’t know, but è his time to shine and è currently the best player in the world".

The Bulgarian tennis player drew comparisons with Roger Federer, who remains in his opinion the toughest opponent he has ever faced in his career, despite Sunday’s one-sided match. According to Dimitrov, Sinner has yet to reach the level of King Roger. "The strongest player I ever played with è was Federer at his peak. I remember that one day at Wimbledon I wanted to dig a hole and disappear. I have never felt soì towards others, I have never suffered soì as much as with him".

Dimitrov è said he was satisfied with what he did in Miami: "My mother always told me that before being a great champion you have to be a great person". 

"È something I have always focused on since I was a child. I am grateful to myself for the work I have done and the discipline and commitment I have put".

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