Swiss Stanislas Wawrinka, the holder of the Flushing Meadows title for the 2016 season, eliminated Bulgarian Gregor Dimitrov, ranked eighth in the world, in three clean sets (6_3) (6_2) (7_5).
— US Open Tennis (@usopen) August 27, 2018
Wawrinka has always been the barrier that prevented the top players from achieving many achievements in their career.
Nadal was deprived of the second Australian Open and Novak Djokovic was denied the title for the first time.
After both titles, he went to America for his third career title In the Grand Slam tournaments and declare himself to be among the big names that have captured the generation of Nadal, Federer, and Djokovic.
He was accompanied by poor Swiss luck in the most important period of his career. Wawrinka’s relatively late glamor was interrupted by a knee injury that forced him to undergo surgery that was almost out of action during the absence, qualification and relegation period until Rafael Nadal faced the Toronto championship of the season.
Surely the win over the world number one for the conditions of Wawrinka is almost impossible, but the Swiss took full advantage of this match.
He needed a big challenge, like Nadal, to make it embarrassing for him to gain confidence in the rest of the season. , And indeed this is what happened.
Gave Nadal great performance despite his loss, to go with great confidence to the Cincinnati Championship and reach the quarterfinals to lose the set-off against his compatriot Roger Federer.
Wawrinka’s victory over Dimitrov is only a predictable result for his level, which will gradually increase as he gets accustomed to the physical rhythm he is losing as a result of his absence from the long and long matches.
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