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The wrist of Grigor Dimitrov was robbed while wearing a $70,000 watch in Barcelona.
According to reports, a $70,000 watch belonging to Grigor Dimitrov was taken during a theft in Barcelona. On Friday, a motorcycle thief approached Dimitrov as he was leaving a practice session. The burglar reportedly stopped next to Dimitrov in the traffic and then pushed Dimitrov’s wing mirror.
Because of this, Dimitrov was compelled to reach out the window in an effort to reopen his wing mirror. At that point, Dimitrov’s Swiss Bianchet watch was actually taken from his wrist. Dimitrov did not suffer any physical harm, but he had a pricey watch taken from him.
The case was given official police attention in Barcelona.
Dimitrov will compete at the Barcelona Open
The 31-year-old Dimitrov will take part in the Barcelona. Dimitrov will play in the main draw in Barcelona for the sixth time this coming week.
In Barcelona, Dimitrov, who is seeded No. 11, gets a bye in the first round. After receiving a bye in the opening round, Dimitrov will face the victor of the contest between Albert Ramos-Vinolas and Emiliano Gomez. 2018 saw Dimitrov achieve his best Barcelona performance, reaching the quarterfinals before falling to Pablo Carreno Busta.
Dimitrov lost to Stefanos Tsitsipas in the round of 16 of the Barcelona Open the previous year, and he was forced to withdraw. Dimitrov will compete in his second clay tournament of the 2023 season at Barcelona. Dimitrov won his opening match in the Monte Carlo Masters against Ben Shelton before falling to Jiri Lehecka in the next round.
In the Principality, Andrey Rublev, who ultimately won this year’s Monte Carlo title, said a few very carefully chosen things about Dimitrov. “He is the love of everyone. And he believes that everybody loves him. It is a combination! The way he plays tennis and how he appears.
It is very lovely to watch him perform the backhand. “He always looks perfect, even when he makes a mistake,” Rublev stated on Tennis Channel. How well Dimitrov does in Barcelona is still up in the air.