David Ferrer
David Ferrer
David Ferrer
David Ferrer
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Began playing tennis at age 8.
    • Father, Jaime, is an accountant; mother, Pilar, is an elementary school teacher; brother, Javier.
    • Born in Javea and moved to Gandia at age 13, then 2 years later to Barcelona to train at the Catalan Tennis Federation.
    • In 1999, spent 9 months at Equelite, Juan Carlos Ferrero's Academy in Villena, before moving back to Javea.
    • Favourite sports are football and basketball. Fan of Valencia FC.
    • Enjoys reading and keeps every book that he reads.
    • Wife, Marta; son, Leo.
    • Competed at 50 straight Grand Slams before withdrawing from 2015 Wimbledon due to right elbow injury.
    • Played final match of careerat 2019 ATP Masters 1000 Madrid (l. to A. Zverev in 2R).

    (UPDATED 22 MAY 2019)

    • Achieved career-high No. 3 on 8 July 2013 after Wimbledon QF run. Finished 7 seasons in Top 10 (2007, 2010-15). Ranked in Top 10 for 292 straight weeks from 2010-16, Top 50 for 702 straight weeks from 2005-18 and Top 100 for 839 straight weeks from 2002-18.
    • Made 7 appearances at Nitto ATP Finals (2007, 2010-15),defeating Nadal en route to final in tournament debut.
    • Owns 27-25 record in finals, highlighted by 2012 ATP Masters 1000 Paris title. Led ATP with 7 titles and 76 wins in 2012. Earned 20+ victories in 15 straight seasons (2003-17), notching 700th win in 2017 ATP Masters 1000 Rome 1R over countryman Lopez. Posted 334 of his 734victories on clay. Earned 5 wins over World No. 1, including 3 against countryman Nadal.
    • Did not drop a set en route to 2013 Roland Garros final. Played at 42 Grand Slam events before advancing to 1st final -- an Open Era record. Reached 5 other Grand Slam SFs. Advanced to QFs-or-better at 10 straight Grand Slam events from 2012 Australian Open through 2014 Roland Garros.
    • Boasts 28-5 Davis Cup record, helping Spain to titles in 2008, 2009 and 2011. Finished 4th in doubles at 2012 London Olympics w/F. Lopez.


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