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David Ferrer: Was in fine form during the first half of the season
After a fantastic start to the season, the Spanish No 2 has experienced a slight downturn in form.
Ferrer enjoyed a breakthrough year in 2012, claiming seven of his 18 ATP Tour titles and proving he is much more than a claycourt specialist - even winning on grass at 's-Hertogenbosch.
The success continued this year, with the Spaniard winning in Auckland and Buenos Aires as well as finishing runner-up in four more tournaments, including the French Open where he was beaten by compatriot Rafael Nadal.
But since then he suffered a string of earlier-than-expected exits stretching all the way up to the Shanghai Masters in October. He did bounce back to reach the final in Stockholm and Valencia, but he finished runner-up at both tournaments after losing to Grigor Dimitrov and Mikhail Youzhny respectively.
Ferrer remains one of the game's elite athletes, through, a defender and counter-puncher who is forced to work hard for every point he wins.
The 31-year-old may lack the attacking attributes to compete regularly for the biggest titles on tour, but he can cause headaches for even the very best players in the world.
|08/11/13||S Wawrinka||Barclays ATP World Tour Finals||Grp A||Lost||6-73, 6-4, 6-1|
|06/11/13||T Berdych||Barclays ATP World Tour Finals||Grp A||Lost||6-4, 6-4|
|05/11/13||R Nadal||Barclays ATP World Tour Finals||Grp A||Lost||3-6, 2-6|
|03/11/13||N Djokovic||ATP BNP Paribas Masters||F||Lost||7-5, 7-5|
|02/11/13||R Nadal||ATP BNP Paribas Masters||SF||Won||6-3, 7-5|
|01/11/13||T Berdych||ATP BNP Paribas Masters||QF||Won||6-4, 5-7, 3-6|
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