I too am fed up with the drooling over Dimi. I cannot help thinking that Andy and co. broke through long before 23 and they also had big ones to cope with. I am not saying that Dimi will not do well but so far he has not actually been tested. Of course, Andy has not been tested either but he has been playing as well as he needs to whereas Dimi seems to have been playing flat out in order to win.
It's annoying me too, and I rate Dimitrov. However, I rate a lot of other players up and coming players that get overlooked. IMO, the Berdych-Tomic match was the obvious choice for Centre Court when they were giving Andy his shot at Court #1, and it was a much more interesting match with a higher ranked player, who is also a former finalist, against a talented player who despite himself, had the potential to cause an upset.
He is older, but Andy's opponent tomorrow has been racing up the rankings and won last week on grass. Yet he's hardly getting any mentions. I'm interested to know what has happened that has allowed him to make considerable progress, but no-one is interested in him except to say he's playing Andy next. Kei and Raonic have both had some good results lately, but the contrast in hype is palpable.
I wouldn't rule out the possibility that Grigor will have a great run here. In fact, I expect it, so there was plenty of time for him to get on Centre Court and to be drooled over.