Grigor Dimitrov breaks up with his beautiful girlfriend Madalina Ghenea!

The Bulgarian player and the Romanian deleted all their shots shared on their Instagram accounts

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Grigor Dimitrov breaks up with his beautiful girlfriend Madalina Ghenea!
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Grigor Dimitrov would have broken up with his (former?) girlfried, the beautiful actress and model Madalina Ghenea. The two have interested the world of gossip in 2023 since April, when they practically made their relationship official.

Fans were immediately alerted by the strong indiscretion that had already grown in recent days. Precisely in these hours a very clear clue has appeared on social media, which would seem to confirm the couple's breakup.

Both the Bulgarian player and the 36-year-old Romanian deleted all the shots shared on their Instagram account previously, making their followers quite suspicious. On Twitter there were several fans who highlighted how the duo recently broke up, also showing a bit of regret.

Grigor Dimitrov gets excellent results in the 2023 tennis season

The 32-year-old athlete had a truly incredible Asian tour in China, almost worthy of being framed.

Dimitrov started in the best way by reaching the semi-finals of the ATP 250 in Chengdu, losing only to the top German seed Alexander Zverev. In Beijing the Bulgarian came close to achieving the feat against a bruised Jannik Sinner, who despite the physical problems suffered during the third set was able to eliminate him and advance to the semi-finals before becoming the new champion thanks to victories over Carlos Alcaraz and Daniil Medvedev.

Also at the ATP  Master 1000 in Shanghai Grigor Dimitrov was very competitive and achieved notable results. Taking advantage of the main draw without almost all the top 10, he reached the semi-finals in which he gave way to the Russian Andrey Rublev.

A good results for the tennis player born in 1991 who can also look forward with ambition to the next commitments that will close the 2023 season. European indoor hard court tournaments are now scheduled on the ATP circuit, with a last interesting Master 1000 in Paris-Bercy which it will precede the Finals in Turin and the Davis Cup finals in Malaga.

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