Bulgaria's Dimitrov Retains 18th Spot in Global Ranking
Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria has kept his 18th place in the ATP ranking, the association's website shows.
Dimitrov returned to the world's Top 20 after picking up this summer, following more than a year of heavy defeats which caused him to sing down the world ranking.
Lucas Pouille and Richard Gasquett, both from France, are No 17 and 19, respectively.
He is now to play at the Paris Masters this week, his last tournament for the season, and will face either Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus or Pail-Henri Mathieu (France), starting from the second round directly.
Last year, Dimitrov dropped out at the 1/8-finals, after losing to David Ferrer.
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