titles in Monte Carlo and Hamburg was a surprise second round exit to fellow former French Open champion and Spaniard Juan Carlos Ferrero. What was otherwise a solid clay court season led to Nadal being considered one of the favourites for the French Open
April 2003. Hewitt spent a further five weeks at No.1 until Agassi, then fellow American Andy Roddick and Spaniard Juan Carlos Ferrero had cameos warming the throne for grand slam king Roger Federer, who seized command in early 2004. Advertisement A decade
receiving the runners-up trophy. It was a fifth consecutive Spanish win in Buenos Aires after victories for Tommy Robredo in 2009, Juan Carlos Ferrero in 2010 and Nicolas Almagro in 2011. David Nalbandian was Argentina’s last winner in 2008. – Reuters
Saying goodbye in 2012 part 3: Juan Carlos Ferrero 11:46 Dec 02 2012 from Tennis Talk
Tennistalk bids its third farewell to a former world No. 1 who earned immense respect both on and off the court, Juan Carlos Ferrero. Physical problems may have contributed to Juan Carlos Ferrero's retirement, but they certainly never got the best of him.
“He’s a very talented opponent. I played aggressively and it went well for me. “I want to dedicate the victory to Juan Carlos Ferrero on his farewell. He has given me the opportunity to grow as a person and as a player.” World number 15 Marin Cilic has lifted
How much did Rafa contribute to Ferrero's downfall? 02:54 Oct 26 2012 from ESPN
week. He was the most celebrated of the ATP pros who turned out to say goodbye to Grand Slam champion and former ATP No. 1 Juan Carlos Ferrero. Ferrero, 32 years old and now down to No. 161, chose to make the hometown Valencia Open his final singles tournament.
world No. 1 and former French Open champion Juan Carlos Ferrero played his final match on the ATP World Tour on Tuesday. A wild card this week, Ferrero lost to sixth-seeded fellow Spaniard Nicolas Almagro in 7-5, 6-3 fashion on the hardcourts at the City of
Carlos Ferrero of Spain announced Wednesday that the upcoming A.T.P. Valencia Open will be the final tournament of his career, ending a 14-year run that saw him win a Grand Slam title and reach the No. 1 ranking in the time just before the tour takeover by
Spain Former world No. 1 Juan Carlos Ferrero will end his 14-year playing career after competing in his hometown Valencia Open next month. Ferrero moved to the top of the rankings in 2003 and remained there for eight weeks after winning the French Open and
Rafael Nadal will be bidding to make more clay history when the World No 1 bids for an unprecedented seventh consecutive title as the Monte Carlo Masters begins on Sunday.The Spaniard is coming off a pair of Masters 1000 losses in