Grigor Dimitrov Wins The ATP Finals- Here’s His Look
Tennis fans will agree that until this year, the career of Grigor Dimitrov has been one of unfulfilled promise. If you watch this fellow play, without question he has some of these most elegant and dominating shots in the game. For some reason, though, he has been unable to harness his potential and put everything together in the form of a huge tournament win. Until this year, that is. He won his first ATP Tour Masters 1000-level event at the Western & Southern Open in Mason, OH in August, and has capped off the year with the biggest win of his life- the ATP Tour Finals in London at the O2 Arena.
Dimitrov faced surprise finalist David Goffin (who beat Roger Federer in the semis) on Sunday and came away with a 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 win. Dimitrov had also beaten Goffin 0 and 2 in the group stage of the round robin event. He is now at a career-high #3 in the world, behind Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer. Alexander Zverev and Dominic Thiem round out the top five.
I think I’ve had good results in the past, but now, as I said, I need to be even more consistent on those kind of events, and in the same time raise up my level on occasions like this. Obviously, this is a great, unbelievable achievement for me, yes. But I still have a lot to give. I want to perform better and better. -Grigor Dimitrov
Grigor, as we all know, is powered on court by Nike clothing/shoes and his Wilson racquet. Let’s break it down.
Wilson Pro Staff 97S
Nike Men’s Winter Advantage Henley
Clean and simple, just like the RF look. Could we see a GD signature line? He’d have to rack up a couple of Slams for that to happen. Until then, this is Grig’s shirt of choice. Dri-Fit 100% Recycled Polyester in four color schemes: Black w/White…Hydrogen Blue w/Black…Barely Green w/Black…and White w/Black. Find it: TW/USA • TW/Europe
Nike Zoom Vapor 9.5 Tour Teal/Silver
*Quote and photos via ATP Tour