David Ferrer - Javea, Spain
28 Singles Ranking
Spain Spain
  Age:35 (02.04.1982)
Birthplace:Javea, Spain
Residence:Valencia, Spain
Height:5'9" (175 cm)
Weight:160 lbs (73 kg)
Turned Pro:2000
Coach:Francisco Fogues
Singles Statistics as of 25.09.2017
  Ranking Week Change W-L Titles Prize Money*
2016 Current 28   2 22-18 1 $1,009,907
Career High 3 08.07.2013 715-350 27 $30,740,257 *Singles & Doubles combined
Doubles Statistics as of 25.09.2017
  Ranking Week Change W-L Titles Prize Money*
2016 Current 563   1 3-2 0 $1,009,907
Career High 42 24.10.2005 76-112 2 $30,740,257 *Singles & Doubles combined
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Player Stats as of: 25.09.2017

Service Record Year-to-Date
Aces 104
Double Faults 180
1st Serve 60%
1st Serve Points Won 70%
2nd Serve Points Won 51%
Break Points Faced 325
Break Points Saved 62%
Service Games Played 535
Service Games Won 77%
Service Points Won 63%
Return Record Year-to-Date
1st Serve Return Points Won 31%
2nd Serve Return Points Won 52%
Break Points Opportunities 366
Break Points Converted 37%
Return Games Played 529
Return Games Won 26%
Return Points Won 40%
Total Points Won 51%
Year In Review


Opened the season by capturing his 22nd ATP World Tour title at Doha (d. Berdych in two sets)...As No. 9 seed, fell to No. 5 seed Nishikori in three sets in Australian Open 4R…

On 22 February, contested his 27th tour-level clay-court final (12-15) and his second ATP World Tour title match of 2015 at Rio de Janeiro…Beat Fognini in two sets…It was the first time on the ATP World Tour since 24 March 1975 that there were three 30-over singles winners on the same day –Karlovic (35) in Delray Beach, Ferrer (32) in Rio de Janeiro and Simon (30) in Marseille…On 24 March 1975, Mark Cox (31y, 8m) at Atlanta WCT, Rod Laver (36y,7m) at Orlando WCT and Ken Rosewall (40y, 4m) at Jackson all lifted trophies…

On 28 February, captured his fourth Acapulco title (also 2010-12), beating Nishikori in the final...It was his third ATP World Tour title of the year and 24th overall...

Fell to Tomic in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells 3R...Reached ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami QFs (or better) for fourth time in the past five years, losing to Djokovic…

Reached ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo QFs (l. to Nadal)...Reached Barcelona SFs (l. to Andujar)...Reached ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid QFs (l. to Nishikori)...

Beat Gasquet, Garcia-Lopez, Goffin en route to fourth ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome SFs (l. to Djokovic)...


Born in Javia but moved to Gandia at age 13, then two years later to Barcelona to attend Catalan Tennis Federation...Spent nine months at Equelite, Juan Carlos Ferrero’s Academy in Villena before moving back to Javea while practising in Denia...Father, Jaime, is an accountant, and his mother, Pilar, is an elementary school teacher...Older brother, Javier, who is a tennis coach and former Spanish junior champion (under 13)...His other favorite sports are football and basketball and big fan of Valencia FC...Enjoys reading and he keeps every book.
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