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Old 03-02-2013, 03:47 AM   #3
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It's a consistency issue! Ferrer is good at soaking up pace despite not having too many outright weapons of his own! It actually means it's tough for a Berdych or a Del Potro to hit through Ferrer such is his consistency both of speed and his low error rate!

Fed's movement while still good is an aggressive mover and striker and always tends to play more attacking v attacking players it means his margins or error are less so a bad day it can just get away with him but if he's seeing it well and all is on he can still beat these guys but Ferrer would probably beat a Berdych type player more consistently as this point IMO
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