David Ferrer keeps piling up victories. The high level of play of the Spanish player that has lasted many months still giving dividends in the form of titles as he has won on Sunday in Buenos Aires where he was awarded the second consecutive Copa Claro. This is the second title of the year for Alicante already conquered Auckland earlier this year and now travels to Acapulco to play another tournament of land with a very interesting picture.
Stanislas Wawrinka was the only non-Spanish player who got into the semifinals and final to face Ferrer planted especially in the second set when Spanish was very warm with their services. Finally in the last Ferrer dropped his resistance and closed the match with a score of 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 revalidating the title, something that had not happened since Guillermo Vilas did, and raising to five consecutive titles the Armada conquest in Buenos Aires.
Raise the winning streak for the Spanish tennis was not a path of roses for Wawrinka who is exhibiting a good level of tennis at the start of campaign and created enough problems to Ferrer in the first two sets. In factFederer was the first lead of the game charge it was 3-1 in favor in the first set but Ferrer began to play more solid and improving the rest to flip that marker getting four straight games that left him near the first set.
Still Wawrinka who returned to take advantage again punishing Ferrer with his great one-handed backhand in the second set is not discouraged. Besides the Spanish tennis player will make things easier with services which were not first and second very weak were almost motionless expected that returned by Wawrinka winners as cannon. With this pattern game Federer had no trouble in scoring the second set and get to break for the third where he broke the first game of kick Ferrer.
But here the Swiss ran out of gasoline while Ferrer decided it was time to take a step forward which resulted inSix consecutive winning games that gave him the match and the title before traveling to Acapulco.
Tennis smiles and not knows why. In my life I thought I was going to reach that figure
It may there be part of the answer although it is clear that success depends on many factors and the most critical with the Spanish can say that he has not won any big and only has a Masters 1000 in their Windows since beating Djokovic, Murray, Nadal or Federer always has been a very difficult challenge for the Alicante.