Should you find yourself outside a court where Juan Carlos Ferrero is playing, then sit down and start watching. First of all, the Spaniard is now 31 years old and his appearances and Roland Garros will not continue indefinitely. And secondly, we should not forget that at the turn of the millennium, he it was who wrote his name in the annals of the tournament alongside Gustavo Kuerten.
The latter half of his career has seen him fly under most people's radars, but the man who shares his name with his country's monarch also enjoyed a time when he reigned supreme on red clay. Back then, the question was not: "Will he win Roland Garros?" but "How many times?"
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