Bulgarian Tennis Player

Last Single Match
BNP Paribas Open, $8359455
Indian Wells, CA, USA,
SF: [21] Cameron Norrie (GBR )
loss: 2-6 4-6

Next Single Match
Erste Bank Open 500, €1
Vienna, Austria,
R32: T.B.A.

Current Ranking
Doubles: 853
18 Oct 2021


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30 Oct 2013
Grigor Dimitrov defeated No 18 Fabio Fognini of Italy in the second round of the ATP Masters in Paris 6-3 5-7 6-2. This win was a revenge for the loss to the Italian in January in Sydney. Grigor Dimitrov gained 34'000 EUR for the win and his total prize money for the year is already over 1'000'000 EUR. Grigor must add more ranking points as the gained 90 points will not be enough to keep his 22nd ...
24 Oct 2013
Grigor Dimitrov's dream to play Roger Federer came true."I've always wanted to play [Federer]," said Dimitrov. "He's the greatest. He's given opportunity to so many players. He has brought so much to the game. Everyone wants to be part of that. I'm excited and looking forward to it." The match is on Friday at 8pm CET.

Today in the second round of Swiss Indoor Open in Basel Grigor Dimitrov defea...
23 Oct 2013
Grigor Dimitrov started with a new win his participation at the ATP 500 tournament in Basel, Switzerland. In the opening round the young Bulgarian beat Radek Stepanek of Czech Republic 6-3 6-3. Dimitrov did not add any new ranking points with this balance with the 45 points won as he reached the quarterfinals here last year.

In the second round Grigor Dimitrov will play the Ukrainian Alexandr D...
21 Oct 2013
With the points gained for his first ATP World Grigor Dimitrov ascended to No 22, his new best ever position. Grigor is among the Movers of the Week on the Ranking section of the official web site of ATP World Tour for advancing from 28 to 22. Featured movers are Roger Federer, Switzerland, who goes from 7th to 6th and Stanislas Wawrinka, Swizterland, who reached No 8. There are no changes in Top ...
20 Oct 2013
Grigor Dimitrov won his first ATP world Tour title battling back to beat No 3 David Ferrer 2-6 6-3 6-4 in the final of If Stockholm Open. Dimitrov is the first Bulgarian to win in the Open Era on the ATP World Tour.

Dimitrov defeated Ferrer for the first time after losing the previous 3 ATP World Tour encounters. This was the second ATP Tour final of the young Bulgarian after the loss in Brisba...
19 Oct 2013
Grigor Dimitrov is one step away from the winning the title at If Stockholm Open after winning against a Frenchman for the second evening in a row. This time he defeated Benoit Paire, 4-6, 6-2, 6-2 in the semi-final match on Saturday. Paire started with great play in the first set. He lost only six points in his service games throughout the first set. In the second set the Frenchman lost some of h...
18 Oct 2013
Grigor Dimitrov reached the semifinal at If Stockholm Open which is his 7th ATP semifinal. In the quarter finals the Bulgarian defeated the Frenchman Kenny de Schepper 6-4 6-2.

In the semifinal on Saturday Grigor Dimitrov will play No 25 Benoit Paire of France. In the opening round of US Open in 2012 Paire beat Dimitrov5-7 6-3 7-6(4) 6-2. Dimitrov lost to Paire also in 2008 at Futures tournamen...
15 Oct 2013
In the first round of thh ATP 250 tournament in Stockholm Grigor Dimitrov defeated the qualifier Marius Copil of Romania in two sets 6-3 6-4.

In the second round Grigor will play Jan-Lennard Struff of Germany, No 117. In the only match against Struff in 2010 at Futures in Dortmund Dimitrov scored a win in 2 sets 7-5 7-5.

On Wednesday Dimitrov plays in the first round of the doubles tournamen...
07 Oct 2013
Earlier today Grigor Dimitrov announced that he begins a temporary partnership with Roger Rasheed, Australian coach who previously worked with Lleyton Hewitt, Gael Monfils and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

Last week Dimitrov announced that he leaves Good to Great Academy in Stockholm, Sweden, where his coach was Mikael Tillstrom.

"Roger [Rasheed] and I have agreed to spend some time in the short term ...
02 Oct 2013
The Swedish academy Good to Great Tennis Academy announced on there web site that Grigor Dimitrov leaves and will not be be trained by Mikael Tillstrom. The Bulgarian began training in the Stockholm-based academy last November when he was No 48 in the ATP ranking. Within less than a year he climbed to as high as 26th.

"There is no hard feelings in the decision. Grigor has decided to spend more ...