258 is the New Rank of Grigor Dimitrov

01 February 2010
Grigor Dimitrov moves 10 positions ahead in the ATP Ranking of 1 February and this week he is at 258. In the doubles Grigor loses positions and this week is at 337.

After Australian Open there are several changes in Top 10. The champion of the first Grand Slam of the year Roger Federer (Switzerland) is No 1. Novak Djokovic (Serbia) is the new No 2 and the finalist Andy Murray (Great Britain) - the finalist at Australian Open is No 3. The ex No 2 Rafael Nadal (Spain) slides down to No 4. The positions from 5 to 8 are unchanged and are occupied by Juan Martin del Potro (Argentina), Nikolay Davydenko (Russia), Andy Roddick (USA) and Robin Soderling (Sweden). Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (France) moves to No 9 and Marin Cilic (Croatia) closes the Top 10 by moving 4 positions ahead.

Valentin Dimov is the new No 2 Bulgarian tennis player at position 652 only 2 positions ahead of Tihomir Grozdanov. Ivaylo Traykov and Todor Enev are respectively at 688 and 809.

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