David Ferrer – Defeats Philipp Petzschner in ‘s Hertogenbosch Finals

David Ferrer dismissed Philipp Petzschner in the ‘s Hertogenbosch tournament, (A.K.A the Unicef Open.) with a score of 6-3, 6-4. Ferrer has now obtained his 15th singles title, and winning the ‘s Hertogenbosch tournament for the second time.

Philipp Petzschner is usually a doubles player. He has earned 2 grand slam titles in doubles,(One in 2010 at Wimbledon, and the other at the U.S. Open in 2011) and 3 other doubles titles. He has only achieved one singles title which he got in 2008 at Vienna.

David Ferrer played aggressively on the first set, while Petzschner was mostly using slices on his backhand. Philipp’s defense was too shallow or too high, and Ferrer was able to hit the ball to a sharp angle. Ferrer lead the first set with 5-1, but Philipp took 2 games after that. However, Ferrer was able to take the set on his service game at 40-30. On the second set, Philipp played a little more aggressively, but could not break Ferrer’s serve at 5-4. It was 5-4, 40-0 with Ferrer serving, and the finals ended with an unforced error from Philipp Petzschner.

Congratulations to Ferrer for winning his 15th singles title!

Keep on aimin’