David Ferrer’s Status For March Is Uncertain After Suffering A Groin Injury In Acapulco

by Tom Gainey | February 28th, 2014, 4:20 pm

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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4 Comments for David Ferrer’s Status For March Is Uncertain After Suffering A Groin Injury In Acapulco

Brando Says:

Bummer for Ferru. Hope he gets well soon.

IW/MI could be without the world no.4 Ferru and world no.5 Del Potro.

That would be quite a blow to the events I feel.

Let’s hope both get well very soon.

James Says:

Ferrer’s pulled out of Indian Wells.
Get well soon, Daveed.

Steve 27 Says:

He is in decline but I expect he will reach the qf at RG at least. All depends of his injuries. But he should change his insane schedule!

Hippy Chic Says:

This is so sad and so strange at the same time,Daveed hasnt really had too much bother with injuries during his career,hes one of the nicest and hard working players on the tour,take your time Daveed and rest,it will be interesting to see how this effects the rankings with Delpo also out injuresd.

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