Así llega a Madrid… David Ferrer

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He arrives at the Mutua Madrid Open after a brilliant start to the season in which he has picked up titles in Doha, Río de Janeiro and Acapulco. However, it will be interesting to see if the disappointment of losing to Pablo Andújar in the Barcelona semi-final last Saturday has an effect on his game. As he himself stated, winning at Conde de Godó is one of his main goals. 

Ferrer has performed consistently well in the Caja Mágica, reaching two semi-finals and three quarter-finals in his last five appearances, where only opponents of the calibre of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafa Nadal and Kei Nishikori were able to see him off. As a player who knows what it is like to play in the final at Roland Garros, Monte Carlo and Roma, all on clay, as well as to lift the Masters 1000 trophy in Paris-Bercy, reaching his first championship match in the Spanish capital will undoubtedly be another of his objectives.
El alicantino llega al Mutua Madrid Open después de un primer tercio de la temporada brillante, en el que ha conquistado los títulos de Doha, Río de Janeiro y Acapulco. No obstante, será interesante comprobar el efecto que produce en su juego la decepción sufrida el sábado al caer en la semifinal de Barcelona con Pablo Andújar. Como él mismo declaró, conquistar el Conde de Godó es uno de los objetivos que tiene fijados.

En la Caja Mágica Ferrer se ha mostrado regular, al alcanzar dos semifinales y tres cuartos de final en sus últimas cinco presencias, donde solo pudieron derrotarle rivales de la talla de Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal y Kei Nishikori. Para un jugador que sabe lo que es disputar en tierra batida la final de Roland Garros, Montecarlo y Roma, además de levantar el trofeo del Masters 1000 en París-Bercy, sin duda, llegar a su primer partido definitivo en la capital de España se presenta como un reto al que aspira.