Grigor Dimitrov tournament schedule 2020
Bulgarian player Grigor Dimitrov missed out on seven weeks of the 2019 Season after succumbing to an injury in the right shoulder. Can he get back to his best in 2020?
Grigor Dimitrov was forced to withdraw from several tournaments in 2019 due to him needing to rehab his shoulder after injuring it earlier in the year. Despite spending a lot of time off of the court, you would not be able to tell with his incredible serve back to its best.
Dimitrov was the first Bulagarian male tennis player to win an ATP singles title when he triumphed at the 2013 Stockholm Open. This great athlete has secured eight ATP titles since going pro in 2008, but has not won a title since the Nitto ATP Finals in 2017.
The Bulgarian star had a rocky 2019 season in terms of ranking likely due to the amount of time he had out of the game for his injury. He began the season at No.21, before falling all the way to No.78 in August. However he managed an impressive rise back up to secure himself No.21 for the end of 2019. Will he be able to climb higher and even claim another ATP title in the 2020 season?
Grigor Dimitrov provisional 2020 schedule is as follows:
JANUARY & FEBRUARY
Brisbane International (January 6 – 12)
Australian Open (January 20 – February 2)
Rotterdam Open (February 8 – 16)
BNP Paribas Open (March 9 – 22)
Miami Open (March 25 – April 5)
Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters (April 13 – 19)
Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell (April 20 – 26)
Mutua Madrid Open (May 4 – 10)
Internazionali BNL d’Italia (May 11 – 17)
Geneva Open (May 18 – 24)
Roland Garros (May 24 – June 7)
Fever-Tree Championships (June 15 – 21)
Wimbledon (June 29 – July 12)
Los Cabos, Mexico (July 20 – 26)
BB&T Atlanta Open (July 25 – August 2)
Coupe Rogers (August 7 – 16)
Western and Southern Open (August 15 – 23)
US Open (August 31 – September 13)
Chengdu Open (September 28 – October 5)
China Open (October 4 – 11)
Stockholm Open (October 19 – 25)
Erste Bank Open (October 24 – November 1)
Rolex Paris Masters (November 2 – 8)
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