Dimitrov Loses 13 Positions of the ATP Ranking

Dimitrov Loses 13 Positions of the ATP Ranking
24 May 2010
Expectedly Grigor Dimitrov moved 13 positions down in the ATP ranking of 24 May 2010 and went to No 338. Grigor was not able to defend thepointsthat he gained last year in Cremona Challenger. Although he has not played recently he reaches his best ever doubles position - 308.

Still far behind are the next Bulgarian players in the ranking. Second is Valentin Dimov - at 668, followed by Todor Enev - 732, Thomir Grozdanov - 758.

There is only one position swap in Top 10 - Nikolay Davydenko (Russia) goes to No 5 ahead of Juan Martin del Potro (Argentina). Roger Federer (Switzerland) in No 1 ahead of Rafael Nadal (Spain), Novak Sjokovoc (Serbia), Andy Murray (Great Britain). The position from 7 to 10 are occupied by Robin Soderling (Sweden), Andy Roddick (USA), Fernando Verdasco (Spain) and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (France).

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