Sorry about that, tobydawg, I didn't mean to touch a nerve. I hope you're ok and we can get over this little misunderstanding.He beat Dimitrov in the quarterfinal (not the first round, I have no idea where you get that from) after Dimitrov hurt his back to the point where he could barely move.
Maybe spitball somewhere else if you have not seen his matches at all.
Truth be told, I watched the first two sets of his match against F A-A before going home. No way was this guy gonna pull off a come back.
The rest of what I said was based on stats provided by the Ausopen web site. I will admit, inferences were made based on what I read. You know, things like scores and stuff. I mistakenly referred the the round in which he pulled off a comeback against one of the best players in the world, and for that you have my sincere apologies.