Five-times grand slam champion Maria Sharapova and fellow tennis player Grigor Dimitrov have called it quits after two years of dating.
Dimitrov, who is currently number 16 in the ATP rankings, confirmed the news, during a press conference with Bulgarian media.
"Our paths split," he said, according to Us Weekly. "We experienced wonderful moments together. I wish her much happiness and success in life and in tennis."
"Now I'm concentrated entirely on the game and I'm sure the results will soon be seen," Dimitrov added. "This is the summer of the new beginning of me."
The split comes after Dimitrov's former girlfriend, Serena Williams, defeated Sharapova at Wimbledon.
Sharapova and Dimitrov first went public with their romance in May 2013. Adding on, the duo was photographed together at the Madrid Open (See the photo here).
During an interview with USA Today Sports, Sharapova described her ideal man.
"It's about finding the person where you can be yourself all the time, where you're comfortable with being younger girl, the older girl, the mature girl, and the person that understands you and look at you and say you're completely off your rocker!" she said.
"I have so many things going on in my life and I really love them. Of course, I want someone to be by my side to enjoy them. You know, I can jump on a plane tomorrow and go somewhere because I want to do it. And it's really important that that person respects me for the decisions that I make and the things that I do in my life," Sharapova added.