Grigor Dimitrov took 10th place in the ranking of prize money revenues for 2021. After the flying start of his 14th season in professional tennis, our boy won $ 368,232 only in his first two tournaments.
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At the end of January, he played in a warm-up tournament in Melbourne, and then reached the quarterfinals of the Australian Open. Curiously, Grisso is currently ahead of Rafael Nadal, winner of 20 Grand Slam titles ($ 360,832), who was eliminated in the same phase of the Green Continent Championship, but did not participate in another tournament before that, Monitor reports.
№1 in money, of course, is the winner in Australia Novak Djokovic with $ 2,095,075. He is followed by the finalist Daniil Medvedev (Rus) with $ 1.6 million. In the eternal rankings Nole leads convincingly with a fantastic $ 147,751,252. Second is Roger However, Federer with almost 130 million and third Nadal – with $ 124 million. However, the 39-year-old Swiss has not played for 13 months due to two knee surgeries. The maestro has already announced that he has fully recovered and is expected to return to the court in Doha (March 8-13).
As for Grigor, in his entire career since 2008, he has earned 19,403,312, which ranks him 24th of all time. Dimitrov is currently preparing in Miami for his next tournament in Acapulco on March 15. Our friend – Lolita Osmanova, boasted on Instagram that the two were staying in an apartment owned by her family in a five-star hotel complex. She showed her followers what the home looked like from the inside and the revealing view of the pools and the ocean from the outside.
Our other best tennis players also found a place in the money rankings. The second rocket Dimitar Kuzmanov is 309th with $ 10,458 after the two 1/4 finals of Challengers in South Africa, and Adrian Andreev was 315th with $ 8977 this week. However, the 19-year-old talent secured at least another $ 6410 for the victory. over 91st in the world Lloyd Harris at the start of the ATP 250 tournament in Singapore ($ 361,800). In the second round, the 423rd in the ranking national team goes against Alexei Popirin. The 21-year-old Australian is №113, and his last match with a Bulgarian was in the warm-up race in Melbourne, where he lost in the second phase with 4: 6, 7: 6 (5), 3: 6 to Grigor.
For Andreev, the match with Popirin will be his seventh in the main draw at ATP level and fourth with the Australian. Matthew Ebden and John Millman defeated him in 2019 and 2020 at the Sofia Open, and Alex de Minor stopped him in the second round in Antalya at the beginning of the season. With the success over Harris, the Sofia resident guarantees a jump to 382nd place. A new victory would shoot him to about 325th position.