Wednesday, November 23, 2011

The 'Gladiator Jávea' already has his armor for the Davis Cup final

David Ferrer is one of the four members of the Spanish team that played (along with Rafael Nadal, Feliciano Lopez and Fernando Verdasco) the Davis Cup final against Argentina from 2 to 4 December in Seville. BRAND clothing that may come on Lotto has prepared for this special event. Sneakers, T-shirt with the colors of the Spanish flag and white trousers complete the 'kit'.

David Ferrer will play their third final in Seville Davis Cup competition in which he played a total of 20 games (16-4, all singles) and 13 qualifiers since its debut in Minsk with Belarussian Vladimir Voltchkov on 10 February 2006. The Javea and starred in the 2008 final in Mar del Plata, where he opened the tie falling to David Nalbandian and where Spain won his third Salad (his first at home), and repeated 'ownership' a year later in Barcelona at the Czech Republic, where he raised an epic match against Radek Stepanek and round the 'little hand' against Tomas Berdych . This season, Javea can lift his third Salad back to Argentina.

The captain and Spanish coach, Albert Costa , trust 'Ferru' as No. 2 Spanish. The number 5 in the world is called to play on Friday against the No. 1 Argentine Juan Martin del Potro , and a hypothetical fifth game on Sunday against the number 2 albiceleste, David Nalbandian . For the occasion, Lotto, the firm that you saw him, he has prepared a special dress to wear in the Olympic Stadium of La Cartuja in Seville. The Alicante already have in your closet a shirt that combines red and yellow Spanish flag Gualda with some effects on the left front and the name of 'Spain' on his back. The pants will be white and the back is the inclusion of a bat, a symbol of the shield of the city of Valencia, the club they love. The shoes, the model 'Lotto Raptor Syn Pulse', will also lead the Spanish colors both in the top (yellow symbol) and the low, highlighting the inclusion in the aforementioned bat back and the name of 'Ferru'. Everything is ready for the 'Gladiator Jávea' jump to the sand ...


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