David Ferrer’s 2014 season may have come to an abrupt halt after the Spanish veteran hurt his groin yesterday in Acapulco quarterfinals. The 31-year-old veteran suffered the injury to his left adductor while facing Kevin Anderson at 62, 24.
Ferrer, who rarely gets injured, had a scan in Acapulco but will undergo another one in Spain to determine the extent of the injury.
If it is a tear as feared, Ferrer could miss at least a month in recovery keeping him out of Indian Wells and Miami.
Ferrer has never missed either Indian Wells or Miami since he first appearance in 2003.
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