Last Updated on March 5, 2019
Spanish tennis player David Ferrer made a portrait of an ideal player, shared memories of the most memorable match, and also told about plans for the future.
“Federer is the most difficult rival I’ve ever met. I’d take a pitch from him. I’d borrow psychology from Nadal. Djokovic’s trump card is speed, Murray is primarily calm. I’d take it from David Ferrer? Perhaps stability. Most of all, I remember the final match of the Davis Cup against Juan Martin Del Potro, which was held in Seville.
After finishing my career, I would like to devote myself to my family and children, but in the near future I will definitely not leave tennis. There are a couple of projects that I would like to implement, “- said Ferrer Tennis World.