Friday, November 11, 2011

Isner Ferrer away from the semifinals

The Spanish tennis player David Ferrer has been eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Masters 1000 Paris-Bercy, ninth and last of the season after losing to American John Isner, who won the ticket to semifinals thanks to 6-3, 3 -6 and 6-3 in a clash that reached the hour and 46 minutes.

The Alicante, which has signed a good season finale, is encountering the cement roof in Paris, the quarter-finals. Ferrer, who was carried away, not played well the shortcomings of a Isner 'plugged in' and the service improved as a weapon.

The American's powerful serve (12 aces) brought him to eat in the opening bars Ferru. The Javea, uncomfortable away from the net, gave the kick in the fourth game and immediately confirmed Isner to sign the first round. Here, only physical 'Gladiator' Spanish could lift the game.

And appeared. Ferrer recovered the 'drive' and forced Isner - he suffered in short balls - to hit the ball anyway. It opened a chink of hope after the break in the fifth game of the U.S. giant's powerful serve. He returned the money (3-6) and there was a decisive act curtain.

Isner seemed physically could not stand the excitement of Ferrer, but the North Carolina player did not budge. With a 4-3 in his favor, he broke the service of his rival and sentenced the stake with a 40-0 and an ace. It could not be otherwise.

Thus, Ferrer longer centers on the Masters Cup, in London next appointment before preparing the Davis Cup final, leaving the men's free Spanish representatives. Now Isner will face Tsonga in the semi-finals. The other measures Federer and Berdych.


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