‘I’m not a machine’: Physical issues plague Thiem during shock loss

Grigor Dimitrov consoles Dominic Thiem at the net after their fourth-round clash

Dominic Thiem will not blame them for tumbling to Grigor Dimitrov however he alluded to “actual issues” after his stun straight-sets misfortune to the Bulgarian.

Thiem looked a shell of himself as he went down 4-6, 4-6, 0-6 to the eighteenth seed

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The match required two hours and the last set only 21 minutes.

Thiem had looked under 100% in the initial two arrangements of his five-set win against Nick Kyrgios. Yet, subsequent to parting with a two-set lead, the Austrian had the option to lift his game to a similar standard that saw him win a year ago’s US Open.

There was no third set lift on Sunday evening.

“I think a blend of certain things, some little actual issues, in addition to a genuine terrible day, in addition to the

reality that, indeed, he’s an extraordinary player,” Thiem said when asked what turned out badly.

“So a blend of those three things, and an outcome like that can occur.”

Thiem was then approached to expound on the “actual issues”.

“All things considered, some little actual issues. I would prefer not to go nearer to them. I would prefer not to discover any reasons,” he said.

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Grigor Dimitrov reassures Dominic Thiem at the net after their fourth-round conflict.
Grigor Dimitrov consoles Dominic Thiem at the net after their fourth-round clash photo by tennisnet

“Yet, the thing likewise is that I’m additionally not a machine. That is to say, some of the time I might want to be, however there are outrageously terrible days.

“When you’re not 100% there on the court at this level, at that point results like this come up, and that is actually what happened today.”

Thiem rejected that the five-set spine chiller against Kyrgios had any bearing on his exhibition against Dimitrov. In any case, the tennis he played was far from the level he created to win his first amazing hammer in New York City.

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“All things considered, it’s a truly downright awful today, awful counterpart for my side. However, the high from the US Open is a distant memory,” he said.

“It was extraordinary for certain days, however the tennis world goes on so quick. I think for everyone and furthermore for myself.

“On court, it was failed to remember as of now at the French Open and doesn’t actually influence me any longer, particularly since it’s four or five months gone.”

Dimitrov will next play Russian qualifier Aslan Karatsev, who dazed top Canadian ability Felix Auger-Aliassime in five sets at Margaret Court Arena.

The Russian understudy parted with a two-set lead prior to cruising through the last three sets to fit the bill for the quarter-finals in his first amazing hammer.

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