David Ferrer is currently ranked World No. 18, and turned professional in 2000.
Ferrer is known as a particularly dangerous clay court player, though he has had several respectable results on hard courts as well, especially his back-to-back semifinal appearances at the NASDAQ-100 Open in 2005–2006 and his semifinal appearance at the 2007 US Open.
His first two titles came at the expense of the same player in the final, Jose Acasuso. The other three titles came in 2007 against Tommy Robredo and Nicolas Almagro of Spain, and Richard Gasquet and Marc Gicquel of France. He broke into the top 10 in the ATP Tour singles rankings for the first time in 2006. His highest ranking to date is World No. 4, which he reached on 25 February 2008.
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