Sofia Open ChampionsSofia Open ChampionsSofia Open 2020 – 2016 / SinglesJannik SinnerSofia Open 2020 championJannik Sinner will always remember Sofia. Italian tennis prodigy won his first ATP singles title in the fifth edition of Sofia Open. In a thrilling three-set final Sinner beat 6:4, 3:6, 7:6 (3) Vasek Pospisil. In Sofia Sinner became the first player born in 2001 to reach a singles final and win an ATP sisngles title.Daniil MedvedevSofia Open 2019 championDaniil Medvedev won his fourth ATP title after a triumph in a tough Sofia Open 2019 final against surprising finalist Morton Fucsovics. The 22-year-old continued his solid appearance in the Bulgarian capital winning 6:4, 6:3 in an hour and 21 minutes. Mirza BasicSofia Open 2018 championIt is a dream came true for 26-years old Bosnian Mirza Bacic. The world No. 129 won his maiden ATP World tour title in his first appearance to a final, defeating Marius Copil 7:6 (6), 6:7 (4), 6:4 in full crowded Arena Armeec in Sofia.Grigor DimitrovSofia Open 2017 championGrigor Dimitrov was crowned as the Sofia king. The Bulgarian native won the title at home Garanti Koza Sofia Open and captured his sixth career ATP trophy. It is his 14th victory of the year. In front of 12 000 exalted Bulgarian fans in Arena Armeec Dimitrov beat the second seeded David Goffin 7:5, 6:4 to grab his second title for 2017.Roberto Bautista AgutШампион на Sofia Open 2016The top seeded Roberto Bautista Agut is the first champion of Garanti Koza Sofia Open. The 18th-ranked won his second season trophy after defeating Viktor Troicki 6:3, 6:4. It was another dominant showing from the Spaniard, who did not relinquish a set in three matches en route to his fourth tour-level title. A battle between the two ATP World Tour winners from the second week of the 2016 season, it was Bautista Agut’s second crown of the year after prevailing in Auckland.Sofia Open ChampionsSofia Open 2020 – 2016 / DoublesJamie Murray and Neil SkupskiSofia Open 2020 championsThe number 2 seeded British duo Jamie Murray and Neil Skupski triumphed with the trophy of the fifth edition of Sofia Open after top seeded Jurgen Melzer (Austria) and Edouard Roger-Vasselin (France) withdrew from the final because of Melzer’s shoulder injury.Nikola Mektic and Jurgen MelzerSofia Open 2019 championsSofia Open 2019 Doubles Champions Nikola Mektic and Jurgen Melzer won their first ATP Tour team final. They defeated for the title another debutant team on a final – Cheng-Peng Hsieh and Christopher Rungkat 6:2, 4:6, 10:2 in just an hour and 7 minutes. Robin Haase and Matwe MiddelkoopSofia Open 2018 champions4th-seeded Dutchmen Robin Haase and Matwe Middelkoop scored their second season doubles triumph after winning 5:7, 6:4, 10:4 No. 2 seeds Nikola Mektic of Croatia and Alexander Peya from Austria in the final. Nenad Zimonjic and Victor TroickiSofia Open 2017 championsNenad Zimonjic and Victor Troicki grabbed the title in doubles in the Garanti Koza Sofia Open second edtion. The Serbians defeated 6:4, 6:4 the former Emirates №1 ranked player Mikhail Elgin and Andrey Kuznetsov, both from Russia.Wesley Koolhof and Matwe MiddelkoopSofia Open 2016 championsIn their first ATP final together the third seeds Wesley Koolhof and Matwe Middelkoop from the Netherlands won the doubles title at the Garanti Koza Sofia Open. They defeated in another three sets thriller Philipp Oswald from Austria and Adil Shamasdin from Canada 5:7, 7:6 (9), 10:6.