Bulgarian Tennis Player

Last Single Match
Rolex Paris Masters, €5791280
Paris, France,
SF: [1] Novak Djokovic (SRB )
loss: 6-7(5) 4-6

Next Single Match
ATP Cup, 1A$
Sydney, Australia,
RR: T.B.A.

Current Ranking
Doubles: -
09 Dec 2019

Dimitrov Lost to Benneteau at the Start of Australian Open

14 Jan 2013
Grigor Dimitrov left the singles draw of Australian Open after loss in straight sets to Julien Benneteau of France 4-6 2-6 4-6. The Bulgarian started the match with a strong play and with early break reached 3-0 lead. But then Benneteau took the next 5 games to 3-5. Then both players took their service games to 4-6. The Frenchman took the second set after breaking the service games of Dimitrov twice. With 3-3 in the third set Benneteau won another break point to 3-4, then on 4-5 served for the match and won it.

Grigor Dimitrov continues his participation at Australian Open in the doubles tournament in partnership with Marcos Baghdatis, Cyprus. In the first round they will play Matthew Ebden (Australia) / Ryan Harrison (USA).

In today's ATP ranking Dimitrov stays at position 41.

The next single match of Grigor will be at Davis Cup in more than 2 weeks. The Bulgarian audience will watch Grigor Dimitrov playing on home courts at Bulgaria-Finland tie of Davis Cup, Group II, Europe-Africa, Round 1, in Sofia fom 1-4 February.
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16 Jan 2013
#0: Confidence doesn’t only come from the mind, it comes from your body, too. Nadal is not afraid to play long matches. On the contrary,
he is so confident in his fitness level that he feels he is even better than than the majority of his opponents.
How do you get to this belief? Work harder than other players on the physical part of the game. Get your edge anywhere you can.

Calm down on the big points. Your emotions will try to take over, don’t let that happen. Take time, breathe and focus on your game plan.

Focus on your performance not the outcome. Nadal is under a lot of pressure if he listens to other people. He realizes that and just focuses on himself
and his level play. He knows that he cannot control the outcome but he can control his effort.

This is why Nadal is not nervous during a big tennis match and big points. He is not worried about winning or losing,
he thinks only about giving his best and that which is within his control.

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