Bulgaria's Dimitrov Loses 1 More Spot in Tennis Ranking
Grigor Dimitrov has moved down again in the ATP's singles ranking, reaching the lowest position he has had for more than three years.
Bulgaria's highest-ranking tennis player is ranked 36th as of Monday, May 16, a worst performance since February 11, 2013.
Later on in 2013, he started climbing up and made it into the world's Top 10 in the next year, but a difficult 2015 made him lose his positions and fall to the bottom of the top 30 over time, even dropping out of it last week.
Dimitrov lost a final in Istanbul when he was just a game away from grabbing the title early in May, and did not make it past the first round in the next two tournaments in Madrid and Rome.
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