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Examples of "dimitar_kuzmanov"
Dimitar Kuzmanov went in Tennis Europe Junior Tour competition from 2005 to 2009.
Dora Rangelova is the current captain of the Bulgarian Fed Cup team. She's also the mother of tennis player Dimitar Kuzmanov.
Patrick Grigoriu and Costin Pavăl are the defending champions, but they lost in the first round to Egor Gerasimov and Dimitar Kuzmanov 6–1, 6–4 .
Through the years, Dimitar Kuzmanov has affirmed as a player, who has won many national and international tournaments, he is a champion of Bulgaria in different age groups and participant in Bulgaria national tennis teams, including Davis Cup team.
Dimitar Kuzmanov debuted for the Bulgaria Davis Cup team in 2011. Since then he has 9 nominations with 11 ties played, his singles W/L record is 9–4 and doubles W/L record is 0–2 (9–6 overall).
He played his first tournament in almost a year and half, a Futures in Antalya, Turkey. He won his three qualifying matches and managed to enter the main draw. He would win two more matches before losing in the quarterfinals to Dimitar Kuzmanov.
Dimitar Kuzmanov (, ; nickname: Miko; born 28 July 1993) is a Bulgarian professional tennis player and the current No. 3 Bulgarian in the ATP singles ranking. His highest singles ranking was No. 281 (8 February 2016), whilst his best doubles ranking was No. 445 (8 February 2016). Kuzmanov is a player of Tennis Club Lokomotiv Plovdiv and is coached by former Bulgarian tennis player Stefan Rangelov and by Bulgaria Fed Cup team's former tennis player and present captain Dora Rangelova. In 2011 he was invited to play for Bulgaria Davis Cup team.
Dimitar Kuzmanov made his professional debut at Bulgaria F2 ITF Futures Tournament – at age of 15 years and 9 months. Late in season, he played 2 more ITF Futures tournaments and won his first ATP ranking points. He continued to play tournaments at Tennis Europe and ITF Junior level and this year is definitely one of his most successful years as a junior player. Kuzmanov rose to No. 1 for Boys U16 in Tennis Europe Ranking (26 June 2009) and was honored as ""Player of the Tennis Europe Junior for Boys U16 - 2009""
In January 2013, Whittington was given a wild card into the Burnie Challenger where he reached the quarter finals, before playing ITF tour across USA and Europe. In April, Whittington reached his first final in Greece. He lost to Dimitar Kuzmanov in straight sets. He returned to Australia in September 2013 and lost in the final of the Australia F6 to Adam Feeney, before winning his first single title the following week at the F7 against Alex Bolt. Following the win, he told Tennis Australia “I’ve never felt like that before, I still feel like I’m out there playing.” In November 2013, he won his second ITF title in Cambodia against Gavin Van Peperzeel.
Dimitar Kuzmanov was born in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, the son of Savko Kuzmanov (an aeronautical engineer) and Dora Rangelova (Bulgaria Fed Cup team's former tennis player and present team captain). His maternal family is entirely related to the sport. Dora's father Zdravko Rangelov, who is one of the founders of tennis in Plovdiv, has been a tennis player and longtime coach in Tennis Club Lokomotiv, whilst her mother has been a volleyball player and coach. Dora's brother, Stefan Rangelov is a former tennis player and present tennis coach. Kuzmanov began playing tennis at age of six when his mother Dora took him to play on courts of Tennis Club Lokomotiv Plovdiv, and Stefan was the man, that gave him a tennis racket and started training.
At the 2013 Australian Open, Dimitrov suffered a first-round straight-set defeat by Julien Benneteau of France. He also competed in the men's doubles event with Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus. The pair defeated fourth seeds Max Mirnyi and Horia Tecău in the second round, before losing to Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah Maksoud in the third round in two close tie-break sets. Despite losing in the first round, Dimitrov became the first male Bulgarian player to rank inside the top 40 after the event. Dimitrov then competed for Bulgaria in the Davis Cup against Finland, and won both his singles matches against Juho Paukku and Micke Kontinen, but lost in five sets in doubles (with partner Dimitar Kuzmanov) against Henri Kontinen of Finland and Harri Heliövaara. Finland ended up winning the tie 3–2.