Bulgarian Tennis Player

Last Single Match
Rolex Paris Masters, €4872105
Paris, France,
R16: [5] Marin Cilic (CRO )
loss: 6-7(5) 4-6

Next Single Match
Brisbane International, $528910
Brisbane, Australia,
R32: T.B.A.

Current Ranking
Doubles: 395
10 Dec 2018


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20 Nov 2017
Grigor Dimitrov is officially No 3 in Emirates ATP Ranking. With the points for winning the title of the ATP FInals in London Grigor Dimitrov moved from 6th to 3rd position. Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer are No 1 and No 2. Alexander Zverev is behind Dimitrov at No 4. Dominic Thiem and Marin Cilic also lost position and moved to No 5 and No 6. The runner-up of the ATP Finals David Goffin moved to best ever position of No 7. The semifinalist Jack Sock also moved to his best ever position of No 8. Stan Wawrinka dropped to No 9. The Spaniard Pabro Carrena Busta is at No 10.
19 Nov 2017
Grigor Dimitrov won the biggest title of his career! The Bulgarian won five consecutive matches at the closing tournament of the year of ATP. Dimitrov lifted the trophy after beating David Goffin of Belgium 7-5 4-6 6-3 .

This is the fourth title of Grigor Dimitrov for the year and the 8th in his career.

The Bulgarian earned $2.5 mln of the prize money. More importantly he added 1500 points to his balance which will place him as No 3 in the ranking on Monday.
19 Nov 2017
Grigor Dimitrov remains unbeaten at Nitto ATP Finals and after converting his 4th match point to beat the American Jack Sock 4-6 6-0 6-3 the Bulgarian advanced to the final match.

Dimitrov has 4 wins and no losses at O2 Arena in London and on Sunday will play the biggest final match of his career.

The rival of Grigor for winning the title is David Goffin of Belgium, who beat the 6 times ex-champion Roger Federer in the first semifinal. The match is at 6pm London time / 8pm Sofia time.

With the points won so far Grigor Dimitrov has 4650 ranking points and regardless of the result of the Sunday's match the Bulgarian will world No 3 next Monday!
17 Nov 2017
The American Jack Sock beat the German Alexander Zverev in the last round robin match to finish second in Boris Becker group. Sock advanced to the semifinals where he will play Grigor Dimitrov, who is the leader of Pete Sampras Group. In the other seminal Roger Federer will meet the winner of the match of Dominic Thiem and David Goffin.

The match of Dimitrov and Sock is scheduled for Saturday at 8pm local time/10 pm Sofia time. In 4 matches played so far Dimitrov won only once - in 2014 in Stockholm. Sock won the 3 latest matches - at Roland Garros and Rogers Cup in 2015, and at Indian Wells Masters earlier this year.

On Friday at 8pm London time/10 pm Sofia time Grigor faces Pablo Carreno Busta of Spain in the last match in group Pete Sampras. For both players the win will mean only extra ranking points and will not change the positions in the group.
15 Nov 2017
Grigor Dimitrov leads Group Pete Sampras with 2 wins and no losses after beating David Goffin 6-0 6-2 in 74 minutes. The result of the match of the Bulgarian with Pabro Carreno Busta of Spain, who replaced Rafael Nadal after his decision to withdraw from the tournament, will not change the leading position of Dimitrov in the group. In the semifinals on Saturday Grigor Dimitrov will meet the player at second position from the Boris Becker Group.

“You have days like that. I work for those days. It's very nice when they come on such an occasion,” Dimitrov said. “I'm very humbled to win that match because I just wanted to come out and compete today.”
13 Nov 2017
Grigor Dimitrov made is debut at Nitto ATP Finals with a win over No 4 Dominic Thiem of Austria in three sets 6-3 5-7 7-5. Dimitrov broke Thiem 3 times, including late in the third set after the Austrian double faulted twice when we was serving at 5-5.

The second match of the Pete Sampras group is later today - Rafael Nadal vs David Goffin.

The next match of Grigor Dimitrov is on Wednesday.
08 Nov 2017
The groups of Nitto ATP Finals in London are set. The draw placed the eight participants in two groups named after great tennis players who had won the title of the tournament - Pete Sampras and Boris Becker.

Grigor Dimitrov is the Pete Sampras group lead by No 1 Rafael Nadal . The other players in the same group are No 4 Dominic Thiem and No 7 David Goffin. The players in the Boris Becker group are No 2 Roger Federer, No 3 Alexander Zverev, No 5 Marin Cilic and No 8 Jack Sock.

The tournament starts on Sunday with round robin where each player will play the other 3 players of the group. The winner of each group will play with the runner-up of the other in semifinals. The champion is then determined in match between the winners of the semifinal matches.

The tournament starts on Sunday, 12 November 2017, with the matches of group Pete Sampras. The final is on 19 November.
06 Nov 2017
Grigor Dimitrov reached his best ever position of No 6 in today's Emirates ATP Ranking. The Bulgarian has 3650 ranking points, 155 points less than the No 5 Marin Cilic of Croatia.

Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray dropped off Top 10 and the potins won by the other players in the latest tournaments lead to many changes in the rankings.

Rafael Nadal will end the year as No 1 for the fourth time. Roger Federer is No 2 followed by Alexander Zverev and Dominic Thiem as No 3 and No 4. After Grigor Dimitrov are Stan Wawrinka and David Goffin. The winner of Rolex Paris Masters Jack Sock moved 13 positions to No 9. Pablo Carreno Busta is No 10. Juan Martin del Potro is very close to re-enter Top 10.

From 12 - 19 November Grigor Dimtrov will have his debut at the ATP FInals in London. The draw on Wednesday will determine the opponents of the Bulgarian in the group phase.