I've decided to open a thread dedicated to Grigor Dimitrov. Some of you may have heard of him, but for those who haven't i've done a little research to enlighten you all to who he is. _________________________________________________________________ Grigor Dimitrov is an 18 year old tennis player from Bulgaria. Currently ranked: #344 ATP Career titles: 0 ITF Career titles: 3 Futures titles (1 clay, 2 hard) The rising star from Bulgaria is not most notable for his ATP achievements just yet but, rather, his promising Junior Career. Dimitrov is the 2008 Junior Wimbledon and 2008 Junior U.S. Open Champion. Dimitrov's Wimbledon title comes exactly 10 years after Federer's Junior Wimbledon titles (Federer, like Dimitrov, went on to begin his first year on the men's circuit the following year). He was also the runner up for the 2007 Junior U.S. Open. Although Dimitrov began his professional career last year by winning his first 3 futures tournaments and participating in his first ATP tournaments, 2009 marks the first year of his full participation on the adult ATP circuit. His current coach is Peter Lundgren, known as the former coach of Roger Federer (also a Junior Wimbledon Champion). So far the highlight of Grigor's 2009 season is the Round of 16 in Rotterdam, where he beat Thomas Berdych 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 before losing to current world #1 Rafael Nadal 5-7, 6-3, 6-2. He is currently participating in the Queen's Club tournament as a wildcard, facing Ivan Navarro in the first round. Let's go Grigor!