David Ferrer Net Worth

What Is David Ferrer Worth?

David Ferrer's Net Worth is $10 million

2000

Ferrer handed proficient over 2000, completing as world no. 419, winning in Poland F1 and Spain F3, completing sprinter up in Spain F1. 2001 was not an especially decent year for him. He won his initial profession Challenger title in Sopot and achieved the elimination rounds at Manerbio. He likewise achieved the elimination rounds in Spain F15 and Spain F16.

2002

In 2002, He played reliably in ATP (10– 6) and Challenger (35– 13) competitions, winning his first ATP title in Bucharest (crushed José Acasuso) and achieving his first ATP last in simply his second ATP occasion in Umag (vanquished David Nalbandian and Guillermo Coria, lost to Carlos Moyá). He won Challenger titles in Naples, Valencia, and Sassuolo. Every one of the 10 ATP coordinate wins and 34 of 35 Challenger wins went ahead earth.

2003

The feature of 2003 was Ferrer’s triumph against Andre Agassi at the Rome Masters. He made his presentation at all four Grand Slam competitions and in addition six ATP Masters Series occasions. In Rome, he annoys the safeguarding champion Agassi in the first round and lost to Ivan Ljubicic in the second round. Ferrer progressed to the second round at the French Open and Wimbledon. He achieved his third profession last in Sopot and lost to Guillermo Coria. In duplicates, he achieved his initial vocation last in Acapulco with Fernando Vicente. He accumulated a 13– 16 record on dirt courts, 6– 10 on hard, 1– 1 on grass, and had a year-finishing positioning of the world no. 71.

2004

In 2004, Ferrer achieved the quarterfinals in Buenos Aires, Valencia, and at the ATP Masters Series Hamburg (crushed no. 6 David Nalbandian, lost to Guillermo Coria). He progressed to the elimination rounds in Stuttgart (lost to Gastón Gaudio). Later in the year, he progressed to the quarterfinals in Bucharest and the elimination rounds in Palermo (lost to Tomáš Berdych) and Lyon (vanquished Juan Carlos Ferrero, lost to Xavier Malisse). He finished the year with a positioning of the world no. 49.

2005

In 2005, Ferrer progressed to the elimination rounds in Miami by crushing David Nalbandian, Juan Carlos Ferrero, and Dominik Hrbatý, yet lost to Rafael Nadal. In the place where he grew up, he lost to Hrbatý. He shut the year with a quarterfinal appearing in Madrid, where he crushed Puerta, however, lost to Robby Ginepri, and Paris, where he lost to Andy Roddick. He lost just once in the first round of nine Masters Series occasions while arranging a 20– 9 record. In duplicates, Ferrer won his initial two ATP titles in Viña del Mar and Acapulco (with Ventura) and earned a vocation high US$951,772. He completed the year with a positioning of the world no. 14.

2006

At the US Open, he achieved the third round for the second back to the back year, however, lost to Mikhail Youzhny). Ferrer shut the year by achieving the quarterfinals in Basel, where he lost to Federer. For the year, he went 3– 5 versus top-10 adversaries and aggregated records of 18– 8 on earth and 17– 13 on hard court. He completed the year positioned world no. 14 and in the best 15 for the second sequential year.

2007

Ferrer qualified as the 6th seed for the year-finishing Tennis Masters Cup. To start, Ferrer disturbs third seed Djokovic in his initial round-robin match and afterward crushed second seed, Rafael Nadal.

2010

Ferrer lost in the second round of the 2010 Australian Open to Marcos Baghdatis, in the wake of winning the initial two sets, in a match enduring a little more than four hours. Ferrer’s next competition was the SA Tennis Open. In the first round, he crushed Karol Beck.

2011

Ferrer started his 2011 ATP World Tour season at the 2011 Heineken Open, where he was the best seed. Because of his seeding, he got a bye into the second round and crushed Tobias Kamke. He at that point vanquished Philipp Kohlschreiber to progress to the elimination rounds and after that crushed Santiago Giraldo for a billet in the last, where he played David Nalbandian. In the last, Ferrer crushed Nalbandian for his initial title of the year and the tenth in his profession.

2016

Ferrer began his season in a presentation at the Mubadala World Tennis Championships. Ferrer effortlessly crushed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and after that lost to Rafael Nadal in a nearby three-setter. Ferrer at that point played Stan Wawrinka for the third-put coordinate.

2017

In the wake of playing in two 250-level Pacific warm-up occasions, Ferrer contended in the Australian Open. He crushed two qualifiers previously tumbling to countryman Roberto Bautista Agut in the third round. This denoted Ferrer’s most punctual exit at the competition since 2010.

In July, Ferrer won his first competition since October 2015 at the 2017 Swedish Open, crushing Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov in the last. In the Cincinnati quarter-last, he beat Dominic Thiem; this was his greatest miracle of 2017 up until now.

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David Ferrer Biography

David Ferrer Ern conceived 2 April 1982 in Xàbia in the area of Alicante. He is a Spanish expert tennis player who is at present positioned world No. 26 in men’s singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).

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