Grigor Dimitrov usually gets very talkative when he speaks to media, but the Bulgarian player was not in the right mood on Monday in Wimbledon following his first-round loss to Corentin Moutet. Dimitrov rejected to go to a press conference and he will be fined between 1000 and 3000 pounds.
The exact amount will be known later in the tournament. Anyways, that will not be as much as Dimitrov earned 45,000 pounds as a result of the prize money for the first round losers. Dimitrov, in the French Open, spoke about his co-operation with Andre Agassi: "For right now, we don't really think so much about the weeks.
We try to schedule the time when we can. In the same time, I think right now he's a huge part obviously of the team. We are in daily contact. We discuss a lot about tennis and talk about tennis, talk about, I mean, everything that has to do with tennis.
That's one hell of a start already. I feel very fortunate to have him in my corner and talk about, yeah, everything that I can with him. I think in the near future we're going to kind of establish some weeks and try to figure out how we can have a better schedule overall so we can try to spend some more time together.
Clearly in the upcoming months, after Europe, I'll be in the States. I'm sure we will be seeing a lot of each other out there. But for now, we just try to make the most out of every time we are together and try to fit each other in our schedules, of course."