Bulgaria’s best tennis player Grigor Dimitrov qualified for the third round of Wimbledon 2017 Tennis Tournament. The number 13 seeded Dimitrov defeated 6:3; 6:2; 6:1 Marcos Baghdatis (Cyprus) in a match of the second round of Wimbledon 2017 that lasted for 105 minutes. Dimitrov won his 8th victory in nine matches against Baghdatis. Grigor earned GBP 90,000 of the prize fund and 90 points for the world rankings. Grigor Dimitrov will face in the third round John Isner (USA) or Dudi Sela (Israel).
Bulgaria’s leading alpine climber Boyan Petrov has told Dnevnik newspaper that on Saturday he climbed Gasherbrum II Peak (8035 m) in Karakoram. This has been his second attempt to conquer the peak after in 2009 he had to give up for the lack of a..
Bulgarian Greco-Roman wrestlers won the team title at the wrestling tournament in Romania, which is the final check before the World Cup in Paris next month. The Bulgarian team won a total of 7 medals. The gold went to Daniel Alexandrov (80..
Daniel Ivanov-Aoiyama has finished second in the final rankings of the Nagoya sumo tournament. The 195-kg Bulgarian giant stood good chances of winning the Emperor’s Cup but it finally went to Hakuho, for the 39 th time in his glorious career...