Dimy, who won his 350th career win this week, ranks no. 90 in atp?
The post-90s players on the ATP Tour have suffered under the dominance of the big boys, led by Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.Not to mention the grand slams, which are just four tournaments a year at the top stage, even the regular ATP1000 tournament (the masters) used to be their oyster.Of course, with the rise of medvedev and other players in recent seasons, the dominance of the giants has gradually begun to loosen, but the first generation of post-90s players have already passed the age of 30……This week at Del Rey Beach, Dimitrov, born in 1991, reached 350 career victories after beating American qualifier Gerhard Kruger in the second round. Where does that rank for now among players of his generation?Here is a simple list of ATP players born in the 1990s in the tour’s TOP5 wins.Goffin, a 31-year-old Belgian player, has been around for a decade since he reached the round of 16 at the French Open in 2012. His greatest achievement of the decade would be reaching the men’s singles final at the 2017 ATP Finals.He lost to Grigor Dimitrov in the final and now has a career high of no. 7 in the world.Born in 1993, the 29-year-old turned professional in 2011, and his growth trajectory is familiar to many fans. The Austrian has reached at least the semifinals of the French Open four years in a row, reaching the finals in 2018 and 2019.He lost two finals to Nadal and was a runner-up at the Australian Open, but Tim finally broke through for the post-1990 generation by winning his first Grand Slam title at the 2020 US Open.He is the first player born in the 1990s to win a Masters title. He currently holds two ATP year-end Finals titles and five Masters singles titles. His best record at a Grand Slam is the runner-up in men’s singles.As the first Bulgarian player to break into the world’s top 10, Dimitrov won his first Masters title (Cincinnati) of the 2017 season and became the ATP Year-end Finals champion that year.Just when it was thought that the good-looking man was on his way to the top of his game, judging by his performance in recent years, the 2017 season may have already been dimy’s peak.Raonic was born in 1990 at the age of 31 and won his first career title in 2011. He won three consecutive titles in SAN Jose in 2013, won his first 500 title in Washington in 2014, and reached the wimbledon men’s singles final in 2016……Raonic was amazing in those seasons.But he has succumbed to injury and has missed several times, most recently losing to Brandon Nakajima in the first round of last year’s Atlanta Open.(Source: Home of Tennis by Barbie) Learn more