Grigor Dimitrov is back in the top 30 after his strong performance at the ATP500 series tournament in Vienna, Austria. The best Bulgarian tennis player reached the semi-finals, where he lost 4:6, 2:6 to future champion Daniil Medvedev.
Thanks to the 180 points won in the Austrian capital, the 31-year-old from Haskovo climbed 4 places in the world ranking and as of today is below No. 28 with 1460 points on his account. It was his third semi-final of the season. This week, Dimitrov will have the opportunity to further improve his ranking, as he will participate in the “Masters” in Paris, France.
There is also a change of four positions in our second racket Dimitar Kuzmanov, but it has a negative sign. The 29-year-old from Plovdiv dropped to 210th place with an asset of 255 points.
There is also a retreat for Adrian Andreev, who lost three places and is now below No. 219 with 248 points.
At the same time, Alexander Lazarov continues to progress and climbs 14 places to his record #275. We remind you that last week Lazarov made a jump of 28 positions. This upward shift for him is due to the two consecutive titles he won at the ITF tournaments in Sozopol.
Alexander Donski – with 23 places to #633, and Leonid Scheingesicht – with 24 places to #882 also noted serious progress.