Nadal Too Good for Dimitrov in Rome
Rafael Nadal proved his world class in the semifinal against Grigor Dimitrov at the ATP Rome Masters, winning 6:2, 6:2.
Throughout the whole match, the world number one Spaniard demonstrated magnificent tennis. Dimitrov did what he could, but was denied by the wall-like defense of Nadal.
Despite losing, the young Bulgarian can take lots of positives from this tournament, including a win over the 6th placed Tomas Berdych. His qualification for the semifinal could also push him up to number 12 in the ATP ranking.
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