Grigor Dimitrov is trying to find a solution as it seems he is unable to get back to his top levels.
After winning the ATP Finals back in 2017, the Bulgarian sensation was unable to win a single title, and his ranking went from a world no.3 career high to the current 48.
Grigor obtains a wildcard in Geneva to compete next week, but that wildcard is to start from the qualifications. This will be the first time since 2012 that Grigor needs to qualify for a main draw. The last time was in Bercy when he had to play the qualifications for the ATP1000.
Dimitrov has just parted ways with his former coach Dani Valleverdu to partner with Radek Stepanek at least until the French Open.
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