Director of the Davis Cup for a few months and present this week in Malaga to attend the quarter-finals, David Ferrer took the time to answer a few questions for the Spanish daily The world.
And when asked if Roger Federer (whom he has never beaten in 17 confrontations) was the player who gave him his worst moments on a tennis court, “Ferru” preferred to insist on a certain Novak Djokovic…
“It depends on the characteristics of each player. I never beat Federer, but for me it was Djokovic who made me feel the most uncomfortable, because I couldn’t hurt him with my punches. And with the way I was playing, I felt like when he was feeling good, I just couldn’t beat him in a game. »
Posted on Thursday, November 24, 2022 at 5:17 PM