Right-handed, two-handed backhand
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MEET DAVID FERRER
David Ferrer was once locked in a shed by a tennis coach for not giving enough effort in practice. It is hard to believe, but it must have done the trick. He is the man that British tennis coaches instruct their students to watch more than any other. Every match, every game, every point, every stroke, he gives his best effort. It is a sight to behold. Now 33 years of age, he has reached a Grand Slam final (the French Open in 2013) and this year was the seventh in a row that he played in the ATP World Tour Finals at the 02 Arena. This year, by his standards, was a relatively lean one at the Grand Slam, and yet he still finished World No.7 thanks to five titles in Doha, Rio de Janeiro, Acapulco, Kuala Lumpur and Vienna. Away from the court, Ferrer is a man that loves to read, and he keeps every book.
TIE BREAK STRENGTHS
How do you get the ball past this man? He makes you miss, and in tie-breaks, there isn’t much room for that.
100%, ALL THE TIME
In Tie Break Tens, every point counts, and David Ferrer knows only two gears – full throttle, and full throttle.
It’s as if Ferrer has a homing device inside the tennis balls which makes them land next to the lines time, after time, after time.
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