David Ferrer: Retirement Not on the Cards Anytime Soon

by Vishal Gajaria | Posted on Wednesday, September 30th, 2015 | 0


Ace Spanish tennis player David Ferrer may be going through a rough patch this season, but that has not compelled him to ponder upon hanging up his boots anytime soon.

Barring the season-opening triumphs in Doha, Rio de Janerio and Acapulco, the 33-year-old has had a rather fruitless year, especially at the Grand Slam events.

Ferrer at Grand Slams in 2015

Grand Slam Surface Appearance Conqueror
Australian Open Hard 4th Round Kei Nishikori
French Open Clay Quarterfinal Andy Murray
Wimbledon Grass Did not play
US Open Hard 3rd Round Jeremy Chardy


However, the outcomes have not deterred him from playing at the highest level of the game, and that retirement is not around the corner for the Spaniard.

“My fitness level is good. I want to play another two or three years more. My motivation level is the same as a 20-year-old player,” a determined Ferrer was quoted as saying by Sports Mole.

Ferrer, who is currently in Kuala Lumpur for the Malaysian Open, will look to regain his form in the remainder season to seal his berth for the year-ending World Tour Finals.

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