Lucky Loser Majchrzak stuns Bulgarian hero Kuzmanov to play his first ATP QF
Kamil Majchrzak is living his dream in Sofia. The 25-years-old Polish player reached his maiden ATP 250 quarterfinal. He won the Bulgarian hero Dimitar Kuzmanov 7:5, 6:1 at Sofia Open 2021 and guaranteed QF match against a Serbian player...Learn more Learn more
Mager first to reach QF at Sofia Open 2021
Gianluca Mager got first guaranteed a spot at the ¼-finals at Sofia Open 2021. 26-years-old defeated in straight sets Miomir Kecmanovic 7:6 (3), 6:3. So far, he didn’t lose a set as in the first round stopped the sixth seed Adrian Mannarino...Learn more Learn more
Ivashka powers to Sofia Open 2021 Top 16
Ilya Ivashka rallied past Pablo Andujar of Spain 6:4, 6:4 to advance to Топ 16 at the Sofia Open. The Belarusian raised his 2021 record to 40-18 this season. Thus Ivashka got revenge for his lost to Spaniard opponent in Marakesh back in 2018...Learn more Learn more
Sinner: Sofia always will be a special place for me!
The defending champion Jannik Sinner came back to Sofia for his second Sofia Open. 20-years-old Italian leads the draw and will do his best to become the first player with back to back titles in Bulgaria. Sinner spoke to Sofia Open’s official...Learn more Learn more
Egor Gerasimov upsets Pospisil in first round
Egor Gerasimov stayed solid and won a three-set thriller against last year finalist Vasek Pospisil at the first round of Sofia Open 2021. The Belarusian, who earned his place in the main draw after two consecutive wins in the qualifiers, won 5:7...Learn more Learn more
Dimitar Kuzmanov: This is special! I dedicate it to my father!
Dimitar Kuzmanov recorded his first victory in the main draw of ATP 250 Sofia Open. In a match that lasted more than 3 hours, Miko defeated Lorenzo Musetti 6:7 (4), 7:6 (3), 6:3. Miko, great emotions for you! Can you describe them? It is too...Learn more Learn more