Bulgaria's Dimitrov Leapfrogs to World No. 28
Bulgarian youngster Grigor Dimitrov has reached a new career-high ATP ranking spot, moving up six spots to No.28.
Dimitrov exhibited some impressing display to reach the quarter-finals of the Monte Carlo Masters last week, where he lost dramatically to Rafael Nadal.
The 21-year-old Bulgarian now has a total of 1272 points.
Monte Carlo winner Novak Djokovic remains world No.1 in the latest ATP tennis rankings, ahead of Roger Federer, Andy Murray and David Ferrer.
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