David Ferrer wants to beat Roger Federer in senior level after the latest retires from tennis.
Ferrer, who had an outstanding career and was world’s #3 at some point, had some massive victories against Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, but against Federer he’d recorded a poor 0-17 score.
37-year-old Spaniard, who’s retired after Madrid Masters, believes Federer was the only player who was not letting him feel that he could play his style.
“Roger has been the only thorn that I have left,” Ferrer told La Razon (via Express).
“Let’s see if in the senior I have that possibility, but it’s not the same anymore.
“Federer always made me feel like I couldn’t play my tennis.