Ferrer’s Ranking Takes A Hit

David Ferrer's ranking

SIGNIFICANT RANKING CHANGES FOR THE WEEK OF 07.23.2018 David Ferrer gets the mover of the week honors this week; unfortunately for the Spaniard, he was unable to defend his title in Bastad from the previous year and his ranking took another dip. He is one of the hardest workers on the tennis court; yet, he…

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Ferrer, greatest player never to have won a major?

Ferrer great player

You can only be entranced by the ferocious tenacity of David Ferrer when you watch him play.  Ferrer turned professional in 2000. At 5’9”, he has exceeded his potential by a longshot; yet, having followed him for years, that may be an erroneous assessment. His potential despite being vertically challenged was limitless because Ferrer believed…

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David Ferrer Takes Baby Steps

Millennium Estoril Open, Portugal [31] David Ferrer (ESP) vs. [426] Frederico Ferreira Silva (POR) While it was not a top one hundred opponent, Ferrer will take the 6-3, 6-4 victory and try to build on that.  Once a top ten player for many years, Ferrer is now facing the trials of regaining his game and…

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Ramos-Vinolas Finally Defeats Ferrer

SkiStar Swedish Open, Bastad [13] David Ferrer (ESP) vs. [35] Albert Ramos-Vinolas (ESP) Ramos-Vinolas had never defeated Ferrer in six previous attempts.  Although he had taken a set in three of those encounters, Ferrer always found a way to resist his challenge.  That was the Ferrer of old.  Today we saw the Ferrer who is…

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Ferrer Ends His Idol’s Run

AUSTRALIAN OPEN MATCH OF THE DAY: [8] David Ferrer (ESP) vs. [CR308] Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) Hometown hero Lleyton played in his last Australian Open, the last tournament of his illustrious career. He and the fans wanted a better outcome; however, against Ferrer, that was unlikely.   They are exactly the same in doggedness; however, Ferrer has…

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