14 October, 2017
One of the few matches unaffected by the rain on a gloomy day at the Shanghai Rolex Masters, Grigor Dimitrov had to dig deep to prevail over the risky Ryan Harrison in the second round, saving three match points to take the tough victory.
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"I played a very good match, I don't know how many mistakes I made, but very few", said the 16-time Grand Slam victor and top seed in Shanghai.
The Spaniard, 31, breezed through the first set but was unable to break Dimitrov in the second, and the Bulgarian was strong in the tie-break to force a deciding set. "Of course, being able to win the U.S. Open, Beijing, and being in the semifinals here ... We'll see tomorrow if I can have another good day". "But I think he's still very young and he needs to keep learning, as he's doing now", said the Argentine, 23 in the world.