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- Age: 22 (16.05.1991)
- Birthplace: Haskovo, Bulgaria
- Residence: Haskovo, Bulgaria
- Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
- Weight: 176 lbs (80 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2008
- Coach: Mikael Tillstrom
As of 20.05.2013
|Ranking||Week Change||W-L||Titles||Prize Money*|
*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
2012 -- The No. 1 Bulgarian finished in Top 50 for 1st time in his career, highlighted by a personal-best 24 match wins and 3 SF results, at London/Queen’s Club on grass (l. to Nalbandian) in June and back-to-back in Båstad (l. to Ferrer) and Gstaad (l. to Bellucci) on clay in July (won 11 of 15 matches)...In Grand Slam play, reached 2R at Australian Open (d. Chardy, l. to Almagro in 5 sets), Roland Garros (d. Young, l. to Gasquet)
and Wimbledon (d. Anderson, l. to Baghdatis)...Compiled records of 10-11 on hard, 8-5 on clay and 6-3 on grass. Went 1-7 vs. Top 10 opponents and posted 1st win over No. 7 Berdych in Miami en route to 4R (l. to Tipsarevic), his best ATP Masters 1000 result...Earned a career-high $413,047...
2011 -- The 3rd-youngest player in Top 100 (behind Tomic, Harrison) and top player from Bulgaria finished a year-end best No. 76, highlighted by 3 ATP World Tour QF showings on as many surfaces, in Munich (l. to F. Mayer) on clay, Eastbourne (l. to Tipsarevic) on grass and Bangkok (l. to Murray) on hard...Won a personal-best 18 matches and compiled marks of 11-16 on hard, 4-4 on grass and 3-5 on clay…Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents…Earned a career-high $388,370...In early season Challenger action, won title in Cherbourg and finished with 6-2 mark...
2010 -- The young Bulgarian was youngest player at 19 years, six months to finish in Top 125 at a year-end best No. 106…Early in season won three Futures titles, two in Germany and one in Spain…Then between Aug. 23 and Sept. 26, won three straight Challenger titles at Geneva (d. Andujar) and two more in Bangkok (d. Kravchuk and d. Kudryavtsev)…After three events climbed from No. 245 to No. 136…In October, reached final at Orleans in France (l. to Mahut)…Compiled a 40-31 Challenger match record…In only ATP World Tour play outing at Queen’s, reached second round (d. Bogdanovic, l. to Lopez).
2009 -- Granted wild card in Rotterdam (d. Berdych; l. to World No. 1 Nadal 75 36 62)…Wild card at Marseille (l. to Simon 7-5 in third set, having served for match at 5-3)…Reached Queen’s Club 2nd RD…As wild card at Wimbledon retired with knee injury versus Kunitsyn…Wild card at Bastad…In September, won first Challenger doubles title (w/Gabashvili) at Trnava…
2008 -- Won three Futures title at Barcelona and Madrid…First ATP match at ‘s-Hertogenbosch (d. Andreev) in June…Won junior Wimbledon and US Open titles…Earned wild card at AMS Madrid (l. to Serra in 1st RD)…Also a wild card in Basel…
Dropped one set en route to his first ATP World Tour final at Brisbane (l. to Murray)…Rose from World No. 48 to No. 41 on 7 January...
In Rotterdam, in QFs versus Baghdatis, the Bulgarian won 18 straight points from 5-6 second set (5-6 serving game to love, TB 7-0, 0-0 serving game to love, streak ended after 0-40 in Baghdatis’ first service game in the third set)…Won 63 in third set…Lost in SFs to del Potro…
Fell in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells 3R (l. to Djokovic)…Fell in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami 3R (l. to Murray)…In doubles, with Nielsen, lost in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami SFs (l. to Fyrstenberg-Matkowski)…Beat Tipsarevic in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo 1R; became youngest QFs since Querrey (20) in 2008; in his first ATP World Tour Masters 1000 QF became just the third player in six years to win one set off Nadal at Monte-Carlo…
On 7 May, secured biggest win of his career at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid, beating World No. 1 Djokovic in three-set win in 2R…First time he had beaten a World No. 1; fell in 3R (l. to Wawrinka)…
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