Holger Rune

Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov Holds Strong in ATP Top Ten

In the latest update of the ATP world rankings, Grigor Dimitrov, Bulgaria's most successful tennis player, maintains his position in the top ten despite a slight drop. Dimitrov now stands at No. 10 after adding 100 points to his tally to reach the round of 16 at the Monte-Carlo Masters 1000 tournament.

Tsitsipas advances to Monte Carlo Masters semifinals with straight-set win over Khachanov

Two-time champion Stefanos Tsitsipas eased into the Monte Carlo Masters semifinals on Friday with a 6-4, 6-2 win over Karen Khachanov.

The 12th-ranked Greek player dropped only five points on his first serve and hit 20 winners.

He will next face either Jannik Sinner or Holger Rune for a spot in the final at the clay-court event.

Bulgaria's Tennis Pride: Grigor Dimitrov Clinches Brisbane ATP 250 Crown in Epic Final

Brisbane, Australia - Grigor Dimitrov, the Bulgarian tennis maestro, surged into the new season triumphantly, securing the ATP 250 tennis tournament title in Brisbane, Australia. The $661,585 prize fund gleamed as Dimitrov showcased his prowess on the court.

"The famous debate about who is the GOAT is completely dead now because of Novak"

Djokovic won seven titles in the just ended season, including three Grand Slam trophies, along with playing in the Wimbledon final.
As in 2015, Novak won three slams and the ATP final, he also finished the year as the number one in the world, but Mouratoglou believes that this last season is even better than the one eight years ago.

Stefanos Tsitsipas withdraws from the ATP Finals after a back injury ends his match against Rune

Stefanos Tsitsipas withdrew from the ATP Finals with a back injury on Tuesday after playing only three games of his second match in Turin, handing Holger Rune the victory.

Tsitsipas, the 2019 champion, was trailing 2-1 in the opening set when he had a lengthy conversation with his trainer before slowly getting to his feet, shaking his head and walking over to shake Rune's hand.

Djokovic to play Sinner, Tsitsipas and Rune in ATP Finals Green group

TURIN - Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic was on Thursday drawn to play Jannik Sinner, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Holger Rune in the Green group of the ATP Masters in Turin, the final Masters tournament of the season.

Carlos Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev, Andrey Rublev and Alexander Zverev are in the Red group.

The top two players from each group will advance to the semi-finals.

Djokovic on the threshold of writing new historical pages - three more weeks to go

World no.1 kept that epithet despite not playing in the tournaments in Vienna and Basel in the previous weeks.
Djokovic remained at 11,045 points, 2,420 more than second-placed Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz (8,625), who also did not play in the aforementioned tournaments due to injury.

Injury is (not) a problem - Djokovic on a rollercoaster of pain

Djokovic convincingly outlasted Grigor Dimitrov 3-0 (7:6, 6:3, 6:4) in sets and showed that he is stronger than both the injury and the opponent, and this is his 24th consecutive victory in this tournament.
"I think the turning point, so to speak for both players, was right from the blocks, the very first game," Djokovic said in on court post-match interview.