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David Ferrer

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ATP World Ranking7
Prize Money$1,942,725
Player Info
Ferrer claimed his third title of the season at the AIG Open in Tokyo, Japan ... His first two wins came in Auckland, New Zealand and in Bastad, Sweden ... He now has five career titles.

He is one of two players on Tour, with Rafael Nadal, to win at least 20 matches on hard courts and on clay this year.
(updated 11/18/2007)
2007 Results
Heineken Open
1Gaston GaudioW5-7,6-3,6-2
2Daniele BraccialiW6-0,6-1
QFKristof VliegenW3-6,6-3,6-2
SFMardy FishW6-0,4-6,6-1
FTommy RobredoW6-4,6-2
Australian Open
1Kristian PlessW7-5,6-4,6-3
2Thomas JohanssonW6-2,6-7(5-7),6-2,6-2
3Radek StepanekW6-7(5-7),4-6,6-0,6-4,6-3
4Mardy FishL1-6,6-7(4-7),6-2,5-7
Open 13
1Arnaud ClementW6-4,6-4
2Julien BenneteauL6-4,0-6,1-6
ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament
1Christophe RochusW6-3,6-0
2Kristof VliegenW6-4,6-2
QFMikhail YouzhnyL2-6,5-7
The Dubai Tennis Championships
1Robin SoderlingL6(13)-7(15),1-6
Pacific Life Open
2Luis HornaW6-3,6-1
3Janko TipsarevicW6-1,6-3
4Carlos MoyaW1-6,6-2,6-3
QFNovak DjokovicL3-6,4-6
Sony Ericsson Open
2Juan MonacoW6-2,6-2
3Simone BolelliW7-6(7-7),6-2
4Andy RoddickL5-7,3-6
Masters Series Monte-Carlo
1Gilles SimonW6-3,6-1
2Julien BenneteauW6-1,7-5
3Novak DjokovicW7-5,6-4
QFRoger FedererL4-6,0-6
Open SEAT Godo 2007
2Paul GoldsteinW6-0,6-0
3Boris PashanskiW6-2,7-5
QFDavid NalbandianW7-6(7-5),6-2
SFRafael NadalL5-7,1-6
Campionati Internazionali d Italia
1Igor AndreevL4-6,1-6
Masters Series Hamburg
1Jonas BjorkmanW6-4,3-6,6-2
2Robin SoderlingW1-6,6-3,6-2
3Ivan LjubicicW6-3,6-3
QFRoger FedererL3-6,6-4,3-6
French Open
1Daniele BraccialiW6-1,6-1,6-2
2Diego HartfieldW6-4,6-3,7-6(7-4)
3Fernando VerdascoL6-4,6-7(2-7),3-6,3-6
The Championships
1Sergio RoitmanW6-3,6-3,6-1
2Paul-Henri MathieuL3-6,4-6,3-6
Catella Swedish Open
1Guillermo Garcia-LopezW6-2,6-1
2Nicolas MassuW6-3,3-6,6-3
QFGilles SimonW6-1,6-0
SFFilippo VolandriW6-2,6-1
FNicolas AlmagroW6-1,6-2
Mercedes Cup
1Lukas LackoW6-2,6-2
2Fernando VerdascoL5-7,3-6
ATP Studena Croatia Open Umag
1Albert MontanesW6-2,6-2
2Jose AcasusoW2-6,7-6(7-4),6-2
QFCarlos MoyaL5-7,4-6
Rogers Masters
1Ernest GulbisW6-2,6-1
2David NalbandianL6-7(4-7),1-6
Western & Southern Financial Group Masters
1John IsnerW7-6(7-3),6-3
2Radek StepanekW6-2,7-5
3Andy RoddickW7-6(7-4),6-4
QFNikolay DavydenkoL2-6,4-6
Pilot Pen Tennis
2John IsnerW6-7(2-7),6-2,6-2
3Igor AndreevL6-3,6-7(3-7),4-6
US Open
1Florian MayerW6-3,6-2,6-3
2Florent SerraW4-6,6-3,6-3,6-2
3David NalbandianW6-3,3-6,4-6,7-6(7-5),7-5
4Rafael NadalW6-7(3-7),6-4,7-6(7-4),6-2
QFJuan Ignacio ChelaW6-2,6-3,7-5
SFNovak DjokovicL4-6,4-6,3-6
AIG Japan Open Tennis Championships
2Wesley MoodieW7-6(7-5),6-2
3Vincent SpadeaW6-1,7-6(7-7)
QFFeliciano LopezW6-4,6-4
SFIvo KarlovicW7-6(7-3),6-3
FRichard GasquetW6-1,6-2
Mutua Madrilena Masters Madrid
2Feliciano LopezL6-7(3-7),5-7
Davidoff Swiss Indoors Basel
1Agustin CalleriL4-6,6-7(3-7)
BNP Paribas Masters
2Mardy FishW6-1,7-6(7-4)
3Tomas BerdychW6-4,6-2
QFDavid NalbandianL6-7(3-7),7-6(7-3),2-6
Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai
0Rafael NadalW4-6,6-4,6-3
1CRichard GasquetW6-1, 6-1
1ANovak DjokovicW6-4,6-4
1BRafael NadalW4-6, 6-4, 6-3
SFAndy RoddickW6-1,6-3
FRoger FedererL2-6,3-6,2-6
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