Grigor Dimitrov is not having a fantastic period during the last 18 months.
Back in November 2017, the Bulgarian sensation impressed after he won the prestigious ATP Finals in London to reach a world no.3 career high. That happened a few months after Dimitrov won the ATP1000 in Cincinnati and all the indications were for a fantastic 2018. Unfortunately, things went sideways, and Grigor remained titleless in 2018 and 2019 with his ranking going south (now he is no.48).
The Bulgarian has a 9-6 win-loss record, and after losing in the 1st round in Madrid he decided to part ways with Dani Vallverdu.
Stepanek and Agassi coaching Dimitrov
Radek released the following statement: “We have decided to get ready for the French Open together. We’re not planning anything beyond that for now.”
Dimitrov will keep on working with Andree Agassi, and this means that he will have the same team that Djokovic used to have for some time. Nole wasn’t very successful during that period, but probably for some other reasons.
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