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Do you like Juan Carlos Ferrero?Began playing tennis at age seven with his father, Eduardo, who regularly travels with his son…Has two sisters, Ana and Laura…As a youngster, admi ... Read Full Bio
- Alcaraz Takes Two Honors, Nadal Finally Wins Fan Favorite; 2022 ATP Awards
- "For me it’s an amazing achievement. This year has been a really good year for me, a dream year for me." Alcaraz's coach, Juan Carlos Ferrero, won Coach of the Year. Earlier in the week, countryman Rafael Nadal won big as well, finally taking home the Fan Favorite Award which h...
- Roger Federer: You Always Want To Play Forever
- not with Carlos, just because I would like to practice with him and I'm super laid back in practice, anyway. I ended up playing with Ferrero. It was great. He didn't miss a ball. He could still be on tour. I'm really happy for him also in particular that they are being this succe...
- 9 Things I Think I Thought About Carlos Alcaraz, Iga Swiatek And The US Open
- than he’s ever felt. But we are some time away from that. That said, he has a good team around him led for former No. 1 Juan Carlos Ferrero who should keep him grounded and in check. But after such success at a young age, who knows how the kid handles all the fame and fortune an...
- Djokovic Drops French Open Points; Big 3 Not In ATP Top 2 For First Time Since 2003
- was November 16, 2003 the last time the Big 3 were shut out of the Top 2. That day it was Andy Roddick ranked No. 1 and then Juan Carlos Ferrero followed by Federer who took the second spot the next day on November 17 after winning the ATP Masters Finals in Houston. Djokovic and N...
- The Age Of Alcaraz Is Here
- That special forehand "buggywhip" and that kicker serve in the ad court. A more apt comparison is that with his coach, Juan Carlos Ferrero. The two are very similar in size, speed, strokes and court positioning but Alcaraz has more zip, more variety though he lacks the consiste...
- Daniil Medvedev Is The ATP No. 1
- LAST 10 ATP NO. 1s Marat Safin (20 November 2000) Gustavo Kuerten (4 December 2000) Lleyton Hewitt (19 November 2001) Juan Carlos Ferrero (8 September 2003) Andy Roddick (3 November 2003) Roger Federer (2 February 2004) Rafael Nadal (18 August 2008) Novak Djokovic (4 July ...
- Almagro, Petkovic Capture Titles
- from the French...According to the Daily Mail, Tim Henman will be paid $330,000 to commentate at Wimbledon...Former No. 1 Juan Carlos Ferrero pulled from the French citing injury......
- Roger Federer Interview - Indian Wells, Mar 15
- all in that same kind of group. The next wave is coming in, which I think is exciting. That's what I went through as well with Roddick and Ferrero and Nalbandian and Hewitt and Safin and so forth.So I think it's always nice when that happens. Obviously you want them to do well at the b...
- Scary Nadal Faces Former Clay King Ferrero; Djokovic v. Nalbandian in Monte Carlo
- Federer Begins Bid For Sixth Basel Title Monday, Murray Withdraws; Ferrer, Tsonga In Valencia Where Ferrero Set To Retire
- Ferrero Does the Unthinkable, Beats Nadal on Clay
- Hamburg, Atlanta Previews; Soderling, Ferrero Title Winners; X-Notes
- Querrey, Ferrero, Almagro, Azarenka, Pavlyuchenkova Capture Titles
- Soderling, Verdasco, Ferrero, Dementieva, Zvonareva Claim Titles