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By Akshay Kohli
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Feisty Spaniard David Ferrer is chasing his 15th career title and he has a stellar 24-4 win-loss record for the season so far. Ferrer also became the first contender on tour to win three titles this season. He triumphed in Auckland, Buenos Aires and Acapulco. Last season, Ferrer reached the final in Barcelona and fell to Rafael Nadal. The Spaniard is one of those defiant warriors on tour, who have carved a special niche for themselves in this highly competitive world of tennis – with sheer determination and hard-work. He would be aiming to put behind his shocking loss at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters and will be aiming to go one step better here.
His opponent is an upcoming young star from Serbia, Krajinovic claim to fame must be his semi-final stint at the Serbia Open in 2010. So far he has only played one ATP main draw match this year and that to in the previous round where he prevailed in straight sets. He has a monumental task at hand when he faces one of the best players on clay.
The two are facing each other for the first time and Ferrer should not have a problem dispatching this young, talented opponent away.
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