Thursday, October 27, 2011

Verdasco: "Davis Cup is the biggest challenge this season"

The Spanish tennis player Fernando Verdasco said the Davis Cup to achieve is "the great challenge this season," and hopes that next year will be "the best of his career".

"I have a lot of desire and motivation, but also knowing that it is very hard, we play a team like Argentina it is, surely, in the" top 4 "tennis equipment" he said during the presentation of a sports game in Madrid. "It's a very complicated but we are at home and we have to try to win," said Verdasco.

The Spanish also believes that Argentina will reach Seville "looking forward" after the Spanish victory in the Davis Cup final 2008 (3-1 at home) played in Mar del Plata (Argentina).

Verdasco, currently number 24 in the ATP ranking, hopes to "finish the season with good feelings" and achieve a positive outcome in the next two tournaments you will participate.

"I have Paris and Valencia, two important tournaments s, one Master 1,000 and 500 and, later, the Davis Cup final which is the great challenge we have this season and we are very excited to try to get a new 'bowl' for Spain, "Madrid said the player.

Although it has an eye on the end of the season, Verdasco is confident that next year will be "the best of his career" and said it would "work very hard to make it happen."

A friend of Verdasco in and out of circuit, the tennis player Feliciano Lopez Toledo, recently managed to reach the semifinals of the Masters 1000 in Shanghai (China), losing to compatriot David Ferrer, and after that performance has moved from the position 28 to 20 in the ATP ranking, ahead of Madrid.

" I'm happy for the result achieved in Shanghai Feliciano , rather than the ranking itself. He is one of my best friends, not only in tennis but in life. I will always cheer you make important results. The ranking it changes every week, most important are the results and the securities and that's what really matters, "he said Verdasco.


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