Ferrer wins Swedish Open for third time

Ferrer wins Swedish Open for third time

David Ferrer won his 27 ATP trophy in career after defeating Alexander Dolgopolov (6:4,6:4)  in the final of the ATP250 series at Bastad. Spaniard rec

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David Ferrer won his 27 ATP trophy in career after defeating Alexander Dolgopolov (6:4,6:4)  in the final of the ATP250 series at Bastad. Spaniard recorded the 26th victory in the Swedish city in ten appearances, and for the third time was a champion, and in previous occasions in 2007 and 2012 prevailed over Nicolas Almagro, and in 2011 gave way to Robin Soderling.

For the first time since 2015, Ferrer raises a trophy over his head, winning the last time in Vienna in October. He joins legendary Bjorn Borg and Mats Vilander, who are also three times champions in Bastad.

Ferrer already has 27 trophies, and from the current tennis players he is in the prestigious fifth place on this benchmark, only lagging behind the so-called “Big Four”. That was his 52nd career finish and also with his success over Dolgopolov returned to his defeat by the Ukrainian in Rio this February.

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