Grigor Dimitrov decided to take a rest next week. The Bulgarian player won't play the ATP 250 of Marseille because of the big amount of matches played so far in the season. He won 16 matches on 17 played, two titles (in Brisbane and Sofia) and this week he reached the quarter-finals in Rotterdam where he lost to David Goffin in three sets.
'For the first time in my career I have won so many matches in a short period', said in press conference Dimitrov, who will come back to compete in Indian Wells. 'I had to get used to it because three days ago I was playing the final in Sofia.
It's going very quick. The most important is to stay healthy and to do the right things.' The Australian Open quarter-finalist Mischa Zverev withdrew from Marseille too. ALSO READ: Grigor Dimitrov: 'The loss to Nadal hunts me down at night. I could have beat Federer too'