Crowe spent time with the former world No.3 at the suggestion of another of the Australian’s clients, former world No.1 and eight-time major winner Andre Agassi.
News of Crowe’s connection with Dimitrov came after the world No.74 stormed past Roger Federer to reach his first major semi-final since 2017.
Troubled by shoulder injuries for much of the past two seasons, Dimitrov posted his first win in eight attempts against Federer.
Crowe has built an impressive reputation for helping athletes reach their potential.
Barty, who will return to No.1 after the US Open, credits the former Nike executive for changing her mindset. The pair started working after Wimbledon last year.
Crowe’s work has been described as helping athletes with mindset on the court and perspective off it to gain a better understanding of who they are.
Crowe has also collaborated with AFL figures, including Dustin Martin, Trent Cotchin, and Alastair Clarkson.
He has also worked with the Australian cricket team.