Spanish Tennis player David Ferrer’s career came to an end at the Madrid Open after losing against Germany's Alexander Zverev 6-4, 6-1.
The legendary player gave a rousing speech that honoured friends, family and those who played a pivotal role in shaping his career.
The last walk of a brilliant career @DavidFerrer87 | #MMOPEN | #GraciasFerru pic.twitter.com/VqrbqboEgR— ATP Tour (@ATP_Tour) May 8, 2019
The last walk of a brilliant career @DavidFerrer87 | #MMOPEN | #GraciasFerru pic.twitter.com/VqrbqboEgR
In his illustrious career, he secured 27 ATP titles and his career-best ranking was number three. He had competed in the final of the French Open in 2014 and was part of five Grand Slam semi-finals.
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