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  1. AnOctorokForDinner

    Higher peak level in slams: Medvedev vs Ferrer

    AO Ferrer: Lost 2011 SF to prime Murray 4-6 7-6(2) 6-1 7-6(2) Lost 2012 QF to prime Djokovic 6-4 7-6(4) 6-1 Medvedev: Lost 2021 F to Oldovic 7-5 6-2 6-2 Lost 2022 F to Grandpal 2-6 6-7(5) 6-4 6-4 7-5 RG Ferrer: lost 2012 SF to prime/peak Nadal 6-2 6-2 6-1 lost 2013 F to prime Nadal 6-3 6-2...
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    Match Stats/Report - Ferrer vs Nadal, Monte Carlo quarter-final, 2014

    David Ferrer beat Rafael Nadal 7-6(1), 6-4 in the Monte Carlo quarter-final, 2014 on clay Ferrer would go onto lose to eventual champion Stan Wawrinka in the following round. Nadal had been runner-up the previous year and won the title the previous 8 times before that Ferrer won...
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    Match Stats/Report - Federer vs Ferrer, Madrid semi-final, 2010

    Roger Federer beat David Ferrer 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 in the Madrid semi-final, 2010 on clay Federer, the defending champion, would go onto lose the final to Rafael Nadal. Ferrer was seeded 9th and had recently lost his first Masters final to Nadal in Rome Federer won 98 points, Ferrer...
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    Match Stats/Report - Nadal vs Ferrer, Monte Carlo final, 2011

    Rafael Nadal beat David Ferrer 6-4, 7-5 in the Monte Carlo final, 2011 on clay It was Nadal's 7th straight title at the event. Ferrer was seeded 4th and playing his second Masters final,having lost to Nadal in Rome final the previous year. Nadal won 81 points, Ferrer 72 Serve Stats...
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    Match Stats/Report - Djokovic vs Ferrer, Paris final, 2013

    Novak Djokovic beat David Ferrer 7-5, 7-5 in the Paris final, 2013 on indoor hard court It was Djokovic's 2nd title at the event and he would go onto win the next 2 years also. Ferrer was the defending champion Djokovic won 81 points, Ferrer 68 Serve Stats Djokovic... - 1st serve...
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    Match Stats/Report - Nadal vs Ferrer, Rome final, 2010

    Rafael Nadal beat David Ferrer 7-5, 6-2 in the Rome final, 2010 on clay Nadal was the defending champion and this was his 5th title at the event. He'd win all the clay Masters (Monte Carlo, Madrid and Rome) and the French Open in the season. This was Ferrer's only final at the event...
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    Match Stats/Report - Nadal vs Ferrer, French Open final, 2013

    Rafael Nadal beat David Ferrer 6-3, 6-2, 6-3 in the French Open final, 2013 on clay It was Nadal's third title in a row, 8th overall and he would go onto win the following year also. This would turn out to be Ferrer's sole Slam final, which he reached without loss of set...
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    Match Stats/Report - Federer vs Ferrer, Year End Championship final, 2007

    Roger Federer beat David Ferrer 6-2, 6-3, 6-2 in in the Year End Championship (Tennis Masters Cup) final, 2007 on indoor hard court in Shanghai, China Federer was the defending champion and this was his 4 title in 5 years. Ferrer had topped his group with wins over Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic...
  9. haqq777

    Ferrer Farewell Ceremony at ASB Classic Auckland

    Just saw the match with PCB and it got me pretty sad for Ferrer. This was the 14th time he had played in NZ first time being in 2003. Won the tournament 4 times, made the QF 12 times. Got a lot of love from the crowd and tournament organizers at the end. Was really unfortunate he had to retire...
  10. haqq777

    David Ferrer is Retiring :(

    Just saw this: Really loved Ferrer's tenacity and work ethic. Was in a slump since he switched to Babs and then back to his Wilson - and couldn't break the big guys even in his prime because of lack of weapons, but still, very endearing. I will miss him on tour...
  11. Yoeri Tennis II

    The Day Djokovic Terrorized His Opponent!

    The Day Djokovic Terrorized His Opponent! If Djoko plays like this there's no one stopping him. Maybe he's the outsider to win Wimbledon this year after all. Seeing this video makes a believer out of even me.
  12. Fedeonic

    Most finals lost in a season?

    Wozniacki lost his 6th final in 2017. AFAIK, Nadal 2011 and Ferrer 2013 has the record of finals lost in a single season with 7.
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