Tennis player Grigor Dimitrov name can't be found on the top 10 players' list, but this young Bulgarian is enjoying his new-found fame these days. Thanks to his link up to ace tennis player Serena Williams.
Williams has been spotted courtside during his matches, sparking off rumors of some kind of tender link up between her and Dimitrov. \nLast month, the pair had lunch at L\u2019Avenue in Paris, and then left together for a romantic stroll on the streets. They were also spotted visiting the Eiffel Tower.\nDimitrov laughed off questions in that direction, but the attention he always craved has clearly not been entirely unwelcome, after one of the best performances of his career at the Miami Masters this week.
20-year-old Dimitrov, currently the world No 101, is also a former world No1 junior, who won both the Wimbledon and the US Open title in a stellar 2008 before making the immediate decision to concentrate on the senior circuit.
Serena often exchanges text messages with her sister Venus just to keep a tab on who is each other's latest crush. "We're always asking who our latest crush is," the Age quoted Serena as saying.
One would think that the famous sisters, who have created a niche for themselves in the field of tennis, would talk about their favourite sport but that is not the case as it turns out that their main topic of discussion is "boys".
Serena dated rapper Common on and off for three years before the two broke up sometime last year.
Serena's next was Canadian TV star-turned-rapper Drake. Jilted ex-beau rapper Common then vented out his ire on Drake through his lyrics.
Once, Serena Williams put up a saucy snap of her posing in high heels and wearing matching lingerie and was forced to remove it after a loud protest online. Many online tweeters criticized the sports star for being irresponsible after the recent incident when a man was arrested for stalking her on the social networking site.
Known for sporting brightly coloured nails on court, Serena owns her own range of nail varnish. The tennis star launched 12 new designs, which come in four different packs and represent the world's four Grand Slam tennis tournaments.The range has been designed with the collaboration of health and beauty firm OPI International.