Ferrer returns to Roland Garros

The one from Jávea, who retired last year, went to the track Philippe Chatrier to supervise his pupil, Alexander Zverev, in his preparation for Roland Garros.


David Ferrer is back at Roland Garros. The one from Jávea returns to Paris but this time he will do so from the other side of the track as coach of the recent finalist in the US Open, Alexander Zverev.

Ferrer, a finalist at Roland Garros in 2013, appeared alongside Zverev this Wednesday on the Philippe Chatrier center court, in which the German had his first contact with Parisian clay. The official Roland Garros Twitter account celebrated Ferrer's return: "How nice to see you again"

The Alicante-born expert on clay, hopes to help Zverev at the Parisian Grand Slam to fight for his first big after not being able to be with him in the bubble of the US Open, where Zverev was one step away from glory.

The reunion of Wawrinka and Murray

This Wednesday's training session also left us another beautiful image on the court Philippe Chatrier since, after Zverev's training, Stan Wawrinka and Andy Murray, two of the tennis players who have managed to win, jumped onto the court a Grand Slam in the era of the Big Three.

In this way Wawrinka and Murray reissued the duel they both starred in the 2017 semi-finals, when Wawrinka beat Murray in five sets, although Rafa Nadal deprived him of his second Roland Garros in the final.

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