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Grigor Dimitrov, the talented but streaky member of a generation of men's tennis players that's been largely overshadowed by the longevity of the Federer-Nadal-Djokovic cohort, looked poised to break out in 2017 when he started the year by wining 17 of
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Dimitrov has gone off the boil after his stellar start to the season, capped by a run to the Australian Open semi-finals, and lost a topsy-turvy clash against 34-year-old Robredo 6-4 1-6 6-1. Fourth seed Mischa Zverev was another casualty, the German  -
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... The only African tournament on the ATP World Tour, the Grand Prix Hassan II, inaugurated in 1986 in Casablanca, takes place for the second year in a row at the Royal Tennis Club de Marrakech. Leading the way is wild card and top seed Grigor
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Grigor Dimitrov thinks his clay-court game would improve a lot if he had Rafael Nadal's biggest weapon, the forehand. Asked which rival's shot he would like to have during this part of the season, he didn't have any doubt: 'I would choose Rafa's
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Dimitrov, who accepted a late wild card into the ATP World Tour 250 tournament, is visiting Morocco for the first time and enjoyed riding the dromedary, an Arabian one-humped camel. “It's great to discover a new place and I had a great time today,” the ...
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It will be a busy grass-courts season for Grigor Dimitrov. The Bulgarian player will play ATP 500 Queen's and also ATP 250 Stuttgart before Wimbledon that starts on July 3. It will be his second appearance in the German event, where last year he lost
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There's no place like home, especially for Americans on the ATP World Tour. John Isner, Jack Sock, Steve Johnson and Sam Querrey have traditionally played their best tennis on U.S. soil, so it figures that the dirt at the River Oaks Country Club in
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Dimitrov was defeated by veteran Tommy Robredo on Thursday, leaving Spain's Ramos-Vinolas as the highest remaining seed, yet he was unable to progress to the final four as he was ousted by Borna Coric in a 4-6 6-4 6-4 loss.
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Bulgarian tennis player Grigor Dimitrov has climbed to 12th position in the world rankings after the end of the Miami Masters. Dimitrov progresses one place in the ATP rankings with a total of 2880 points, BNR said. Andy Murray (Britain) remains at the
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After a scorching 16-1 start to 2017 which included two titles and an Australian Open semifinal, Grigor Dimitrov has once again hit the skids. With Wednesday's opening round loss to Jan-Lennard Struff in Monte Carlo, Dimitrov is now just 1-5 in his
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Tags: Three to See , Houston ATP, Marrakech ATP, Bogota WTA, Biel WTA , Barbora Strycova, Carla Suarez Navarro, Grigor Dimitrov, Jack Sock · Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Email. Rather than take a break, Dimitrov is getting right back on the court
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A loser in his opening match at the Miami Open, Grigor Dimitrov has nevertheless been winning out in the Twitter game lately. Dispatched by Guido Pella of Argentina by a 6-3, 7-6 (4) count, the Bulgarian dealt with a layover in Switzerland with his ...
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In comparison, Nadal's path to the quarter-finals looks relatively easy, and with Grigor Dimitrov struggling of late, the Spaniard seems destined to once again advance to the semi-finals of a tournament he has already won nine times. His first opponent
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That's exactly what a group of ATP players competing in the Grand Prix Hassan II did ahead of the ATP World Tour 250 event this week. Two of the lucky guys who enjoyed the scenic ride were top-seeded Grigor Dimitrov and 2016 finalist Borna Coric. They
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The first quarter of 2017 is in the books, so let's see who had the hot hand to start the new year. The big picture clearly shows Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal out in front in the Emirates ATP Race To London. But what about the specifics of serving