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Extractions: Titles: 1 Australian Open SF (2004) French Open W Wimbledon US Open F (2003) Juan Carlos Ferrero (born February 12 , in Onteniente, Spain ) is a professional tennis player from Spain. He captured the men's singles title at the French Open in , and in October that year he became the 21st player to hold the World No. 1 ATP singles ranking. He also also been runner-up at two other Grand Slams during his career. His nickname is "Mosquito" due to his speed and wiry, strong physique. Ferrero made his professional debut in , making an immediate splash by reaching the semi-finals of his first tour event in Casablanca . He made his Grand Slam debut at the US Open in August and then in the following month, in only his fifth professional event, he won his first career title in Majorca Ferrero continued his rise throughout and although he did not win a title, he reached finals in Dubai and Barcelona and helped Spain win the Davis Cup by defeating Lleyton Hewitt and Patrick Rafter in the final against Australia . His best performance however was arguably at his first French Open, where he stormed to the semi-finals, losing only to eventual champion
Extractions: Tour: ATP Track This Player 2005 REVIEW Champions Race: Entry System: Prize Money: GRAND SLAM SINGLE RESULTS Year AUS. FRENCH WIMB. U.S. OPEN SF QF W F F SF SF 2005 Results Heineken Open Rd Opponent W/L Score Jan Hernych L Australian Open Rd Opponent W/L Score Melle van Gemerden W Mariano Zabaleta W Guillermo Coria L Open 13 Rd Opponent W/L Score Joachim Johansson L ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament Rd Opponent W/L Score Rainer Schuettler W Radek Stepanek L Dubai Duty Free Men's Open Rd Opponent W/L Score Florian Mayer W Roger Federer L Pacific Life Open Rd Opponent W/L Score Igor Andreev W Carlos Moya L NASDAQ-100 Open Rd Opponent W/L Score Brendan Evans W Guillermo Canas W Igor Andreev W David Ferrer L Open de Tenis Comunidad Valenciana Rd Opponent W/L Score Rafael Nadal L Masters Series Monte Carlo Rd Opponent W/L Score Ivo Karlovic W Jiri Novak W Marat Safin W QF Filippo Volandri W SF Guillermo Coria L Open Seat Godo 2005 Rd Opponent W/L Score Albert Montanes W Feliciano Lopez W Alberto Martin W QF Gaston Gaudio W SF Nikolay Davydenko W F Rafael Nadal L Estoril Open Rd Opponent W/L Score Marcos Baghdatis W Carlos Moya L Masters Series Hamburg Rd Opponent W/L Score Jurgen Melzer W Marat Safin W Nikolay Davydenko L French Open Rd Opponent W/L Score Karol Beck W Jan Hernych W Marat Safin L Gerry Weber Open Rd Opponent W/L Score Vladimir Voltchkov W Alexander Waske W QF Tommy Haas L Wimbledon Rd Opponent
Tennis Juan Carlos Ferrero - CBS SportsLine.com player photo, juan carlos ferrero ferrero became the second Spaniard andfirst since carlos Moya to capture the No. 1 spot in the ATP Entry system, http://cbs.sportsline.com/tennis/players/playerpage/201523/2003
Extractions: His win in Monte Carlo made him the first back-to-back winner at the tournament since Austria's Thomas Muster in 1996. 2003 Results adidas International Rd Opponent W/L Score Jaymon Crabb W Mikhail Youzhny W QF Paradorn Srichaphan W SF Rainer Schuettler W F Hyung-Taik Lee L Australian Open Rd Opponent W/L Score Franco Squillari W Jean-Rene Lisnard W Fabrice Santoro W Mario Ancic W QF Wayne Ferreira L Davis Cup Rd Opponent W/L Score Christophe Rochus W ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament Rd Opponent W/L Score Wayne Arthurs W Jonas Bjorkman W QF Raemon Sluiter L 2-1, retired (right ankle)
Extractions: showHide_TellMeAbout2('false'); Business Entertainment Games Health ... More... On this page: Wikipedia Best of Web Mentioned In Or search: - The Web - Images - News - Blogs - Shopping Juan Carlos Ferrero Wikipedia Juan Carlos Ferrero Juan Carlos Ferrero (born February 12 , in Onteniente, Spain ) is a professional tennis player. In October , he became the 21st player to hold the top spot on the ATP ranking. His nickname is "Mosquito" due to his speed and wiry, strong physique. His inspiration is his mother who died from cancer when he was 17. Ferrero made his professional debut in 1999, making an immediate splash by reaching the semi-finals of his first ATP Tour event in Casablanca . He made his Grand Slam debut at the US Open (tennis) in August and then in the following month, in only his fifth professional event, he won his first career title in Majorca Ferrero continued his rise throughout and although he did not win a title, he reached finals in Dubai and Barcelona and helped Spain win the Davis Cup by defeating Lleyton Hewitt and Patrick Rafter in the final against Australia . His best performance however was arguably at his first French Open at Roland Garros where he stormed to the semi-finals, losing only to eventual champion
Extractions: Semi-final Ferrero arrives in Paris as the defending champion. The Spaniard finally made the transition from rising star to Grand Slam winner last year, sweeping through the field at Roland Garros. He followed that by stunning Andre Agassi in the US Open semi-finals before falling to Andy Roddick, but that run gave him the world number one ranking for the first time. The year ended in disappointment, however, as he lost the top spot to Roddick and then was beaten in both his singles matches in Spain's Davis Cup final defeat to Australia. Ferrero, arguably the finest clay-court player of his generation, will justifiably be one of the favourites for the French Open title this year. However, the 23-year-old has been struggling to recover his fitness after a bout of chicken pox and he missed the Masters events in Rome and Hamburg after losing to veteran compatriot Alex Corretja in the first round in Monte Carlo.
Extractions: N/A The 23-year-old Spaniard has never really relished playing on grass. His best achievement at Wimbledon to date has been a place in the third round. But he was in superb form during the clay-court part of the season before injury curtailed his progress in the build-up to the French Open. All fitness complaints looked well behind him as he stormed to victory at Roland Garros and Ferrero could finally prove himself on grass. He is something of an exception at Wimbledon - one of the few Spaniards to actually make the trip to play on a surface which does not suit his expansive game from the back of the court. But Andre Agassi managed to win from the baseline in 1992 and Ferrero is the likeliest candidate to follow suit, if anyone will.