GRIGOR DIMITROV

Bulgarian Tennis Player

Last Single Match
ABN Amro, €1724930
Rotterdam, The Netherlands,
Q: [3] David Goffin (BEL )
loss: 4-6 6-1 3-6


Next Single Match
BNP Paribas Open, $6993450
Indian Wells, CA, USA,
R128: T.B.A.

Current Ranking
13
Doubles: 250
27 Feb 2017

Rafael Nadal with Epic Win over Grigor Dimitrov at the semifinal of Australian Open

27 Jan 2017
"Dimitrov won. Nadal won. Everyone at RLA won. These kind of matches lift our sport up onto its shoulders. They are a gift we can enjoy every single day of the year." wrote Craig O'Shannessy, Australian Open Expert "It was an epic encounter that could have easily seen Dimitrov finish the victor. In fact, the Bulgarian arguably played the match of his life, but walked away with a loss. Tough loss."

After 5 hours of play Rafael Nadal guaranteed his place in the final after winning in 5 sets6-3 5-7 7-6(5) 6-7(4) 6-4. The Spaniard will flight Roger Federer on Sunday for the trophy of Australian Open.

After this excellent appearance Grigor Dimitrov will be either 12th if Rafael Nadal wins the title or 13th - if Roger Federer wins in the next Monday's ATP Ranking.

The Bulgarian fans of Grigor Dimitrov will not wait long to enjoy more of his brilliant play. Dimitrov will definitelybe the most applauded by the home crowd during Sofia Open in Arena Armeec during the week of 6 February. The other stars of the main draw will be Dominic Thiem, David Goffin, Roberto Bautista Agut, Viktor Troicki, Philipp Kohlscreiber.
6 comments post comment



covery
30 Jan 2017
#4: Not a player, just a winner! Go Grisho!

VanyaDyulgerova
30 Jan 2017
#3: Correct! There were no losers after the Rafa Nadal v Grigor Dimitrov SF. Meticulously crafted masterpiece of tennis on both sides and what a dignifying attitude from Grigor during the entire match,all through to the final point and on his exit from the arena! Your spirit and vocation of a champion, Grigor! Your amazing grace! Thank you for all the joy you give us with your game! Keep on dreaming and fighting big!Till next year again in Melbourne, admirable young man!
Вярно! На полуфинала между Григор и Рафа победени нямаше. Прецизно сътворен тенис шедьовър от двамата играчи и какво достойно поведение само от Григор по време на целия мач, до последната точка и при излизането му от корта!
Това е твоят дух и призвание на шампион, Григор! Твоята удивителна възвишеност! Благодарим ти за всичката радост, която ни носиш с твоята игра! Продължавай да мечтаеш и да се бориш на висота! До следващата година отново в Мелбърн, възхитително момче!

Billiana
28 Jan 2017
#2: AMAZING! CONGRATULATION! I should have played the piano at that time, but instead I watched you playing, and it was worth any minute! You have really all the qualities to become World N: 1- tallent, physic, character, charme, ambition. In adition you have a TOP coach. If you continue to play the way you did today, soon you'll become N: 1. Than the most difficult will be to remain N:1 for many years. There is nothing more sexy than the success!!! Pity that today you didn't win the game, but this is not a problem. It happence now and than to anyone not to get what one desirves...but all your fans we love you still the same!

EvaVK
27 Jan 2017
#1: Grisho you are the best! Incredibe performance! Not many players in the world can play as you did. You only can improve and we hope we will see you next year winning the GS. Dani Vallverdu is your future! Good luck!

mightyatom
27 Jan 2017
#0: I'm a huge fan and a tennis player myself. To be clear, most of the ball boys/girls could probably beat me in tennis. :)
I have paid attention to your playing style and your game for about 5 years now. Watched a lot of your matches. You are the player to watch when Federer retires. Your movement, inside-out forehand, serve and backhand are all very very good.
If I may, there are only two things to think about.
1. Your forehand down the line from the ad side could be more forceful.
2. Since you have such a good serve perhaps serve and valley a little.
I grimaced at 1-1 in the fifth set against Nadal. Looks like you tried to push off with your left leg and came away limping... I was hoping you weren't injured.
Good luck and have fun out there!




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