Published: Sat, January 06, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

ATP Brisbane: Grigor Dimitrov narrowly avoids seed exodus

ATP Brisbane: Grigor Dimitrov narrowly avoids seed exodus

Edmund was wrong-footed on the baseline and collapsed to the ground with a scream of pain after turning his ankle. After seeing Edmund's distress, Dimitrov immediately leaped over the net and sprinted to his aid, helping the Briton to his chair.

Millman said on early Friday morning that his main emotions were "disappointment and a feeling of deja vu" from his 4-6, 7-6 (10-8), 6-3 loss to world No. 3 Grigor Dimitrov after having held two match points in the second set.

"At the end of the day, health above all". "It's very unfortunate what happened". I mean, I've seen him play quite a few times out here, and playing really aggressive, striking the ball incredible, and it was no less tonight. I played aggressive tennis and got rewarded for that. Gym, gym, gym. Started playing tennis again and, next thing you know, I find myself flying to Australia again.' 'I didn't expect to have a match like that, for sure. The two square off in the quarterfinals tomorrow in Brisbane.

Grigor Dimitrov will not be lulled into a false sense of security if Nick Kyrgios looks like he doesn't want to be out on Pat Rafter Arena on Saturday.

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Kyrgios has not had it all his own way en route to the semis, losing the first set against Matthew Ebden and Alexandr Dolgopolov, but he has battled back to reach the last four. That's just me, I guess.

But in the same time, I'm just very pleased the way I played on those key points and especially on the match points.

Sydneysiders Alex de Minaur and Jordan Thompson have the other two singles wildcards into the Sydney International.

The 18-year-old de Minaur stunned fourth seed Milos Raonic in the second round and there was no letdown Friday as he ousted USA qualifier Michael Mmoh 6-4, 6-0 to reach his first ATP semi-final.

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