Is David Ferrer able to pull himself together after a significant drop in form? In my opinion, no, he can't. For over a month he is in clear crisis. 09/25/14 in first round in Shenzen was dominated by Victor Troicki losing 6 3 6 4 and later 9/29/14 in Tokyo in the first round lost to Marcel Granollers 4-6, 6-4, 6-4. It is worth to mention that has always fared no problems with Granollers holding impressive 11:0 sets ratio against him before this meeting. Popular Pitbull evidently got out of breath. Knowing his style of play and age do not expect that his career going constantly upwards. I think that actual drop in form is not accidental and David waits fall from TOP10 soon. Today, he has a difficult task ahead of him. Lefthand Slovak who really can fasten to the forefront as demonstrated recently in a match against Nadal. Today motivation certainly will not miss him, and without complexes will hit with his solid forehand to defeat another Spaniard. Ferrer should calmly begin as early workouts before a very important tournament for him in Valencia. I hope Klizan will give him today solid reason for packing suitcases.
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