Ferrer withdraws from Monte-Carlo with an injury... then follows up with one terrible loss, and one mediocre loss...
I wonder what's wrong with him. Maybe he's just gotten to that age where his footwork is going downhill and it's costing him
Nothing is wrong with Ferrer, he simply faced a superior player. Peak Wawrinka > Peak Ferrer, although admittedly Ferrer wasn't at his peak today but he wasn't bad either.
If only he hadn't thrown that match point away in Miami... perhaps his season would be looking better right now. I hope that loss doesn't ruin his season.
He didn't threw away any match point, he did what he should, Murray would have finished the point in the next shot anyway.
Tennis lost, so did humanity.
Ferrer had 11 W and 31 UEs, once again proves that Wawrinka can only win matches when the opponents spray errors and play the worst match of their lives - his level has zero effect on the outcome, he's like a ball machine feeding balls to his opponents.
(Good for Wawrinka though, seriously)
Delusional post. Wawrinka bossed Ferrer around the entire match. It is Ferrer that relies too much on not making UEs, and eventually wins his matches with the opponent's errors. When he is not able to keep the UE count low, he gets exposed as an average player.