Grigor, Stan join Queen’s list

first_imgTitles in Brisbane and on home soil in Sofia sandwiched Dimitrov’s second Grand Slam semi-final at the Australian Open, where he came agonisingly close to beating Rafael Nadal.The Bulgarian, who won the Queen’s Club title in 2014, suffered only his second defeat of the year to David Goffin at the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam last week.But the 25-year-old believes he is a better player than when he beat Andy Murray at Wimbledon in 2014 and has targeted success on grass.”The grass-court season is going to be a big thing for me with Queen’s and then Wimbledon around the corner,” he said. “I’ve seen the field, it’s going to be very strong again, but I’m excited to see what my form is going to be like.”Every year, coming back to Queen’s brings me great memories to me. I won the tournament a few years ago and I love it. It’s the best way to prepare for Wimbledon, and to perform out there on the grass at Queen’s is a really, really amazing feeling for me.”Three-time major winner Wawrinka has also been added to the field for the tournament, which begins on June 19, while last year’s Australian and US Open champion Jamie Murray is committed to play in the doubles field.last_img

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