David Ferrer
5ft 9
Date Of Birth
1982-04-02 (Age: 38 years)
Valencia, Spain
Javea, Spain
Career Prize Money
Highest ATP rating

Known for his humility both on and off the court, Ferrer has shown himself to be a true athlete within the tennis world. Turning pro in 2000, his career has seen him follow in the footsteps of fellow Spaniards Manuel Orantes and Rafael Nadal. Reaching 17 Grand Slam quarter finals over the last 19 years, respectively reaching 6 at both the Australian Open and Roland Garros. Holding on to 292 consecutive weeks in the Top 10 between 2010 and 2016.

Starting out his career being known as the clay-court specialist, but proved himself as a strong all-rounder with almost as many titles on hard court as he holds on clay. Considered one of the fittest and most agile players, he is respected for his unrivalled determination. Securing 734 match wins throughout his career, this culminated in 27 singles titles and 2 doubles titles however he never managed to secure a Grand Slam.