Last Updated on May 9, 2019
Spanish tennis player David Ferrer finished his performance at the Masters in Madrid, losing to German Alexander Zverev – 4/6, 1/6.
The match lasted 1 hour and 10 minutes. The 144th racket of the world, 37-year-old David, realized one break-point and was mistaken twice when serving. 22-year-old Alexander, who is fourth in the ATP rating, made five breaks and four aces, making five double mistakes.
The German has increased the gap in the personal meetings of the players – 5: 3. In the 1/8 finals of the Mutua Madrid Open tournament, Zverev will play with Hubert Hurkacz. This match was the last in his career Spaniard.
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