The changing ages of the top players in men's tennis is definitely taking a little bit of getting used to. For those that have paid attention to the ATP Tour for the last few decades, we're used to seeing a baby-faced assassin arrive on the scene
Three tournaments were played on the ATP Tour over the last week, one in Sofia, one in Montpellier, and one in Quito. The champions from the events are Grigor Dimitrov, Alexander Zverev, and Victor Estrella Burgos.
The ATP doesn't stop too much in Grigor Dimitrov's home country of Bulgaria. However, there is a 250-level tournament to be played this week in Sofia and that will put Dimitrov under a little bit of pressure to perform.
ATP Doha and ATP Brisbane ended on Sunday with Novak Djokovic (67th career title) and Grigor Dimitrov (5th career title) the respective champions. Djokovic knocked off Andy Murray in a competitive three-set final
Sunday's 2016 ATP Beijing final will feature Scotland's Andy Murray against Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov in a match that Murray should win. With World No. 1 Novak Djokovic injured, the reigning Wimbledon champion
Grigor Dimitrov was able to knock the 2014 defending champion, Andy Murray, out of Wimbledon, but that was his last claim to fame in the past two years. Now, he faces Murray again to see if there can be a reversal of fortune for good.
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