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By Akshay Kohli
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David Ferrer takes on fellow Spaniard Nicolas Almagro in what promises to be an enthralling final at the SkiStar Swedish Open. Long rallies would be normal thing in this match as both players are primarily baseliners and believe in working the ball around the court.
David Ferrer has been one of the best performers so far this year. He won his 50th match of the season after winning his semi-finals and would be hoping to make it 51. He has already won 4 titles this year including one recently at the Unicef Open. Ranked at No.5 on the ATP Charts, Ferrer is really one of those players who can stiff competition to the Top-4. He has been really impressive so far in the tournament and would be eying to win his fifth title this year. He reached the quarters last week at Wimbledon, showing he is improving a lot with time.
His opponent is really good competitor, Almagro is one of those players who keeps knocking around the Top-10 door. With an impressive 40-13 win-loss record, Almagro is gunning to win his third title of the year. With some great retrieving skills, Almagro is a really a hard worker and it shows in his performances. He is presently ranked at No.10 in the World and would be hoping to cement his place amongst the top. On clay, his games comes naturally to him and he becomes even more dangerous.
Almagro is yet to beat Ferrer in 10 meetings, proving how dominating Ferrer has been. Can Almagro open his account against Ferrer or will Ferrer make it 11 out of 11? Stay tuned to find out.
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