David Ferrer

David Ferrer

Top players from SpainDavid Ferrer (#4)Rafael Nadal (#5)Nicolas Almagro (#11)Fernando Verdasco (#29)Tommy Robredo (#69)

Country: Spain
Birthdate: April 02, 1982
Birthplace: Javea, Spain
Residence: Valencia, Spain
Height: 5'9'' (175 cm)
Weight: 160 lbs (73 kg)
Turned Pro: 2000
Coach: Javier Piles
Current ATP Singles Rank: 4
Current ATP Singles Points: 6,665
Current ATP Doubles Rank: 347
Current ATP Doubles Points: 180

Profile

David Ferrer is a Spanish professional tennis player. He will be ranked World No. 4 in ATP Rankings following his semifinal loss to Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open 2013 grand slam. His No. 4 ranking is Ferrer's best ranking achieved at the ATP World Rankings. Ferrer is also the highest ranked Spanish player ahead of Rafael Nadal who is ranked No. 5.

Initially known to be a clay court specialist, David Ferrer mastered the other surfaces as well and has reached the semifinals of Australian Open and US Open grand slam tournaments twice.

He also plays for the Spanish Davis Cup team and was part of the team that won the 2008, 2009 and 2011 Davis Cup tournaments.

In the ATP Rankings, David Ferrer broke into the top 10 in 2006 and has reached a career high ranking of World No. 4 in February 2008. After the Australian Open in 2013 where he reached the semifinals, Ferrer regained the No. 4 ranking.

2013

David Ferrer started off the 2013 season reaching the semifinals of Qatar ExxonMobil Open. He won the Heineken Open title. He reached the semifinals of the Australian Open where he lost to Novak Djokovic. Following his semifinal appearance at the Australian Open, Ferrer replaced compatriot Rafael Nadal as No. 4 in the ATP Ranking table. Ferrer also won his 500th career match defeating Nicolas Almagro in the quarterfinals of the tournament.

David Ferrer won the Copa Claro title in February and reached the final of Abierto Mexicano Telcel where he lost to compatriot Rafael Nadal. His head to head record against Nadal dropped to 4-17.

2012

2011

2010

2009


Ranking and Points History

DateRankPointsChange
March 4, 201346665 
February 25, 201346865 
February 18, 201346865 
February 11, 201346865 
February 4, 201346865 
January 28, 201346865
November 12, 201256430 
September 10, 201255915 
May 14, 201264460 
May 7, 201264280 
 Points Chart



David Ferrer Titles

Partial list of titles won by David Ferrer

YearTournaments
2013Copa Telmex
2012Copa Telmex, Mexican Open
2011Mexican Open
2010Mexican Open
2008UNICEF Open
2007Swedish Open
2005Movistar Open (doubles, partnering Santiago Ventura), Mexican Open (doubles, partnering Santiago Ventura)

David Ferrer Finalist

Partial list of tournaments where David Ferrer is the finalist.

YearTournaments
2013Mexican Open
2011Masters Series Monte-Carlo
2010Copa Telmex
2009Dubai Tennis Championships
2003Mexican Open (doubles, partnering Fernando Vicente)

David Ferrer's performance in Grand Slams

Tournament200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013SRW-LWin%
Grand Slam tournaments
Australian OpenA1R2R1R4R4RQF3R2RSFQFSF0 / 1028–1171.8
French OpenQ22R2RQF3R3RQF3R3R4RSF0 / 1026–1072.22
WimbledonA2R2R1R4R2R3R3R4R4RQF0 / 1020–1066.66
US OpenA1R1R3R3RSF3R2R4R4RSF0 / 1023–1069.69
Win–Loss0–02–43–46–410–411–412–47–49–414–418–45–10 / 4197–4170.29

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