Dimitrov Wins Queen’s

Without Limits Productions’ feature on Grigor Dimitrov  for ATP World Tour Uncovered:



Grigor Dimitrov saved one match point as he captured his first ATP World Tour grass-court title on Sunday with a 6-7(8), 7-6(1), 7-6(6) victory overFeliciano Lopez in the final of the Aegon Championships.

The Bulgarian received 250 Emirates ATP Rankings points and €90,100 in prize money after winning his fourth ATP World Tour title. Since joining forces with coach Roger Rasheed in October 2013, the 23 year old has won titles indoors in Stockholm (d. Ferrer), on outdoor hard court in Acapulco (d. Anderson) and on clay in Bucharest (d. Rosol).

“I’m really happy with the win,” said Dimitrov. “Obviously I knew what I had to do today out on the court, and [Lopez] is one of those competitors that when it comes to fast surfaces, he’s always very tricky to play. I just fought hard and left everything out on the court – that was my main goal. I achieved what I was looking for.”

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