There are many Spanish tennis players who are part of the history of the world tennis elite, Spain has a long tradition in this sport and has provided great generations of champions. One of them is David Ferrer (Xàbia, 1982), champion of the Masters 1000 of Paris in 2012, ten titles ATP 500. He reached the final of Roland Garros in 2013 and this year the after a very tough match has achieved the second round of Roland Garros. He’s one of the most regular tennis players on the ATP circuit. Three times winner of the Davis Cup. Already as a child, at age 7, he started playing with his brother Javier and his father. With such a passion for tennis, at 12 he leads him to train in a more regular and professional way, conquering at age 20 his first ATP title in Bucharest (Romania). In September of 2005 he managed to enter the semifinals of the US Open eliminating players like Rafael Nadal.
in 2013, David Ferrer was among the 3 best in the world and after several years of professional career he’s determined to reinvent himself, so he can continue to fight for his goals as a professional. FISIOLIMPICSPORT, together with his physiotherapist, Rafa García, have relied on WINBACK energy for their rehabilitation and prevention of new injuries.
The medical team knows that with WINBACK there are no impossible missions, many athletes around the world treat and prevent injuries with WINBACK therapy. Ferrer is very pleased with his new acquisition that recently published in his social networks a photo accompanied by a text: “I present my new partner in the recovery of the day to day and injuries treatment“
Already equipped with WINBACK since the beginning of this year, and having recently reached the semi-finals of the tournament of Estoril, and recently qualified to the next stage of Ronald Garrós tournament, after an exhausting first round match achieved defeating the North American Donald Young, he will play the next game against fellow citizen Feliciano López who also won his opponent. It will be the number 19 duel of both experienced of this tournament.
David took almost 4 and a half hours to win the game, which in the last stage put everyone on edge. Ferrer won the match by demonstrating the strength, preparation and training that have always characterized him.