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This year, he had won just one match on grass, beating Cameron Norrie at Queens, before losing to Sam Querrey, and then an even-more injury-marred Andy Murray at Eastbourne. For Dimitrov, on the other hand, this was his forte – he had lost in the opening round at Wimbledon before.

Logically, with the domination in the first set, it was Dimitrov’s match to lose. But in the 26-year-old’s own words, Wawrinka was “hungry, more determined”, and this hunger is what decided the match. His body responded well to the situation, with that masterpiece of a backhand firing all cylinders. Even when he was pushed all across the court, he kept up the pace, looking the healthiest he has in a year.

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The Swiss had only three breaks but they all came at the right moment. A break of serve in the sixth game of the second set gave him a 4-2 lead and while the sixth seed recovered to break back, Wawrinka upped the ante in the tie-break to take it 7-3, letting out a primal roar of delight.

At one-set all, Dimitrov had the edge again as he served for the third set at 5-3, only for Wawrinka to save the set points and break back, claiming the tiebreak once again. This is where experience and tenacity counted, where each point had to be won on its own, and it was why Wawrinka could claim the tiebreaks. By the time the fourth set was played, the visibly shaken Bulgarian was could not serve out to stay in the match and the third break gave Wawrinka the memorable victory.

Cheered on by partner Donna Vekic, who had hours before claimed the first major upset of Wimbledon with a dominant win over Sloane Stephens, Wawrinka came across as every bit the three-time Grand Slam champion he is, a barrier Dimitrov has just not been able to cross.

On his part, the sixth seed looked increasingly down in the dumps after the good start. He could not consolidate despite fighting back with breaks and then failed to make the leap in the tiebreaker.

The Bulgarian has lacked the champions gear for most part of this season. When he overcame Nick Kyrgios in a battle supreme at the Australian Open – after his best season in 2017 – there was hope that he had finally crossed the threshold of the lost generation.

But with his drooping body language and wayward shots on the grass courts of the Slam he has performed best at, it was evident that there is a lot of work to be done yet.

"One of the toughest things [is] to remain positive... Knowing you're out, watching the matches on TV is not going to be easy. If it was easy, that wouldn't be tennis.”How quickly will Grigor Dimitrov bounce back? 🤔Read More ➡️ https://t.co/Yti2AYdWJo Foldaway Tote Dancing Knobs by VIDA VIDA O7vQyM

Dimitrov need not look too far to be able to claim that mental edge. As he analyses his first-round loss, he will see this was no upset after all. Despite it being the first round, the gulf in their rankings and form guide, Dimitrov lost to a champion. That is the level of fighting mentality he needs to access.

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