Alexander Zverev hires David Ferrer as coach

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Alexander Zverev has added David Ferrer to his coaching team on a trial basis. Zverev posted on his Instagram story: “Some good news: I am going through a trial period with David Ferrer on my team. Could not be more excited to get back to work. Can’t wait for the tour to be back.” Ferrer […] READ MORE


Federer, Nadal and Djokovic Continue to Leave a Lost Generation Behind

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Dan Marino retired from the NFL with numerous records, including most touchdown passes and most yards passing. And, no Super Bowl championships. Many consider Ted Williams the greatest hitter in baseball history. Williams hit 521 home runs and batted .406 in 1941. Williams never won the World Series. These names stand out through years of […] READ MORE


Gracias David!- A tribute to David Ferrer

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The 2019 Mutua Madrid Open this week sees the final tournament of one of the most watchable players in the modern game. At the age of 37 years old and still playing some great tennis, David Ferrer has decided to retire from the game. Ferrer has been one of the most consistent players on the […] READ MORE



The end of Feliciano Lopez’s remarkable run

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David Ferrer’s race is all but run. Tomas Berdych and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga are pale shadows of the players that once offered powerful challenges to the game’s best. Andy Murray still hopes of a comeback, but it really is more hope than expectation. Even Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, though ranked inside the world’s […] READ MORE



David Ferrer Advances in his Penultimate Tournament

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David Ferrer decided to play a very cut-down schedule this year, limiting himself to six tournaments. The Spaniard will retire in two weeks at the 2019 Mutua Madrid Open. He’s shown patches of good play this year, especially in Miami where he defeated Sam Querrey and Alexander Zverev on his way to a third-round defeat […] READ MORE



David Ferrer’s last stand

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In this golden era for men’s tennis, dominated by three of the greatest to ever play the sport, it would be all too easy to overlook the contributions of Spain’s David Ferrer. The Valencian naturally falls under the long shadow cast by his illustrious compatriot Rafael Nadal, to whom he so long played second fiddle […] READ MORE