The popular Bulgarian will be trying to maintain his rise up the rankings after returning to form in 2017.
Dimitrov broke into the world's top 10 back in 2014 but the 26-year-old slipped to world No 40 just two years later.
However, he ended a three-year title drought when winning in Brisbane in January, and followed up that victory Down Under with a run to the semi-finals of the Australian Open.
Dimitrov fell to losing finalist Rafael Nadal in the last four, but he did go on to win a second ATP title of the year when downing David Goffin in Sofia, Bulgaria.
The clay season was one to forget for Dimitrov - as he suffered early exits in Monte Carlo and Rome - while he was dumped out of the French Open by Pablo Carreno Busta in the round of 32.
On grass Dimitrov had a good run at Queen's, where he reached the semi-finals, losing to eventual champion Feliciano Lopez, and then made the fourth round of Wimbledon without dropping a set, before succumbing to eventual champion Roger Federer.
He returned to the top 10 for the first time since February 2015 at the conclusion of the tournament, and considering where he was a year ago, he will be content heading to Flushing Meadows.