Bulgaria’s best tennis player, Grigor Dimitrov had been one of the most exciting prospects in the men’s game. When he first emerged on tour, the entire tennis fraternity expected him to wonders in the game. However, Dimitrov has not been able to transform his game to the next level.
All along with his career, he has been unable to maintain consistency. He has enjoyed good spells every now and then, but he’s failed to continue those spells.
Dimitrov has a liking for traveling. Even on his social media profiles, he posts some beautiful scenic pictures. Recently, Grigor was interviewed and was asked about his plans once he retires from the game.
To that he said, “I have a lot of ideas, but I think this year has shifted so many other things that I’m just gonna keep my options open. Maybe one year of the holiday?
“I have so many different interests and in so many different parts of the world before Corona. I loved going to fashion shows. Architecture, I’m a big fan.”
He did admit that he’d like to be involved with the game even after he hangs his boots. Grigor would like to groom youngsters and help them develop into future world-class stars.
He went on to add, “A big thing is that I really wanna help upcoming kid players, the young generation, early on between 10 and 20 years old, because I think this is one of the most important things for an upcoming player.”
This season, Dimitrov had his best performance at the French Open by making it to the fourth round. It’ll be worth watching the Bulgarian in Melbourne next year.