Ferrer David Biography
David Ferrer Ern is a Spanish professional tennis player who is currently ranked world No. 62 in men’s singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). He was born on 2 April 1982 in Xàbia in the province of Alicante to Jamier Ferrer Sapena and Pilar Ern Cholbi.
At age thirteen, he moved to Gandia and then to Barcelona two years later to attend the Catalan Tennis Federation. He spent nine months at Equelite, Juan Carlos Ferrero’s Academy in Villena, before moving back to Xàbia.
He turned professional in 2000, finishing as world no. 419, winning in Poland F1 and Spain F3, finishing runner-up in Spain F1. In his career, he has won tournaments at all levels -ATP 250, ATP 500, Masters 1000, except at a Grand Slam, and currently has the eighth highest career prize money earnings of all time. He also holds the distinction of winning the most matches on the ATP tour without having won a Grand Slam tournament.
However, he has had significant success on all surfaces, having reached the final of the French Open in 2013, the semifinals of the Australian and US Opens twice each, and the quarterfinals of Wimbledon twice. He was part of the Spain Davis Cup team that won the finals in 2008, 2009, and 2011. He won the Paris Masters in 2012, and he was runner-up at six Masters tournaments as well as the Tennis Masters Cup in 2007. He is widely considered one of the best players not to have won a Grand Slam tournament. He first achieved a top-10 ranking in 2006 and reached a career-high ranking of world No. 3 in July 2013.
David Ferrer Age
He was born on 2 April 1982 in Xàbia Spain, he is currently 36 years years old.
David Ferrer Wife
He was married to his long-time girlfriend, Marta Tornel on 28 November 2015, the two were introduced by Martin Solibakke and his wife, Marta has a degree in optometry and works at her family’s opticians in Benifaió.
David Ferrer Daughter
The couple have a son named Leo, he was born on 4 May 2018.
David Ferrer Height| Body Measurements
Height: 5’9″ feet (1.75 m)
weight: 73 kg (161 lbs)
David Ferrer Smoking
He is a chain smoker, he was smoking a few in his match against Murray in Madrid.
David Ferrer Atp
Career High 2013.07.08
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David Ferrer’s five-set thriller seals epic comeback Davis Cup victory by Spain
Updated: April 9 2018
With Rafael Nadal nervously cheering courtside after winning his match earlier, David sealed Spain’s 3-2 comeback win over Germany in the Davis Cup quarterfinals with a thrilling five-set victory against Philipp Kohlschreiber.
Ferrer needed nearly five hours to defeat Kohlschreiber 7-6 (1), 3-6, 7-6 (4), 4-6, 7-5 at the packed bull ring in Valencia, guaranteeing Spain’s return to the semifinals for the first time since 2012. Spain will now face France, which defeated Italy 3-1 in Genoa.
Nadal and the local crowd erupted in celebration when the 33rd-ranked Ferrer successfully served for the match after breaking Kohlschreiber’s serve in the previous game. Kohlschreiber, No 34 in the world, ended with 114 unforced errors.
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“I want to enjoy this moment,” said Ferrer, a Valencia resident. “For me it’s one of the best days of my life and I want to enjoy it this week.”
David Ferrer pondering retirement, reveals incredible thing on Rafael Nadal
Updated: JULY 28, 2018
The end is nearing for David Ferrer, too. This year so far already many players have announced that they will end their career in the next few months: Mikhail Youzhny, Julien Benneteau and Gilles Muller. The 36-year-old Spanish player could end his journey in tennis during the 2019 European clay-court season. Last week, Ferrer lost to Casper Ruud in the second round as the defending champion at the Bastad Open and could drop in the rankings even more next month if he doesn’t go far in Cincinnati, as last year he reached semi-finals. Ferrer still tries to feel himself motivated, although it’s not that easy. Now that he is a father, he is struggling, as admitted by the former world no. 3 himself in an interview to El Larguero. ‘I never refused the training session, when I don’t practice it’s because I am obliged to take a rest. Without any doubt a part of me is going away, now I play without expectations. I note that this chapter of my life is coming to an end. Next year I will play some tournaments through wild card, the ones I like, and we will see when and when I will retire. I would like to retire at home, at Godò (Barcelona) or Madrid. It’s a journey. I want to live this year’s US Open like if it was my last Grand Slam.
‘I don’t like to see myself being world no. 60,’ he admitted. He feels himself different than the past: ‘Now I am more mature mentally. Before, when I was losing, it was worse. I came to win in Buenos Aires and Acapulco, and reaching second round in Indian Wells was a National drama. My wife was in Acapulco, I had lost to (Rafael) Nadal in the final and for a day I didn’t speak with her because I was angry that I had lost,’ he said referring to 2013, when Nadal beat him 6-0, 6-2.