Grigor Dimitrov’s tournament schedule for 2019


Often referred to as ‘Mini-Fed’ because of the similarity in his play to that of Roger Federer, Grigor Dimitrov has long promised to break through and become the next World No.1 but his frequent rise and fall in the rankings makes this now seem unlikely. Unless 2019 is his year?


Currently ranked No. 31 in the World, Grigor Dimitrov will feel that he has the ability to make it back into the top 10 this year having been as high as No.3 in the rankings as recently as 2017. If Dimitrov can stay focussed on his game this year then there is no reason why he can’t return to winning ways and even compete for Grand Slams and ATP 1000 events.

His temperament is often questioned and sometimes it seems his off-court life might be distracting him. A string of high profile girlfriends and regular changes of coaching team have often lead to speculation that he’s a playboy who can’t knuckle down. Maybe as he matures these tendencies will recede and we’ll start to see the best out of him? Let’s hope so as a Dimitrov firing on all cylinders is a beautiful sight.

Grigor Dimitrov’s provisional 2019 schedule is as follows:



Brisbane, Australia (December 31 – January 6)

Australian Open, Melbourne (January 14 – 27)



Indian Wells, USA (March 7 – 17)

Miami Open, USA (March 20 – 31)



Monte Carlo Masters, Monte Carlo (April 14 – 21)

Barcelona, Spain (April 22 – 28)



Madrid, Spain (May 5 – 12)

Rome, Italy (May 12 – 19)

Roland Garros (May 26 – June 9)

Queens Club, London, England (June 17 – 23)



Wimbledon (July 1 – 14)

Washington, USA (July 29 – August 4)



Montreal, Canada (August 5 – 11)

Cincinnati, USA (August 11 – 18)

US Open (August 26 – September 8)

Beijing, China (September 30 – October 6)



Vienna, Austria (October 21 – 27)

Paris, France (October 28 – November 3)



ATP Tour Finals, London (November 10 – 17)

Davis Cup Finals, Madrid (November 18 – November 24)


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