Match report

David Ferrer ©
Quarter final
11/4/11 1 2 Tot
es  David Ferrer 6 6 2
ru  Nikolay Davydenko 3 4 0
Nikolay Davydenko ©
  • Ferrer makes quick work of Davydenko in Valencia quarters

    11/4/11 9:28 PM | Ricky Dimon
    David Ferrer is the second Spaniard through to the Valencia semifinals after ousting Nikolay Davydenko on Friday. Ferrer joins Marcel Granollers and Juan Martin Del Potro in the last four.

    Defending champion David Ferrer put himself two wins away from repeating at the Valencia Open 500 when he eased past Nikolay Davydenko 6-3, 6-4 in the quarterfinals on Friday evening. Ferrer won 81 percent of his first-serve points and converted three of five break chances to prevail in one hour and 21 minutes.

    The Spaniard never trailed and was never seriously troubled, although he gave back a break midway through the opening set. Ferrer recovered right away and broke straight back for a 5-3 advantage. This time he made no mistake with the lead in hand and served things out in style.

    Davydenko went away without too much of a fight in the second. The 30-year-old Russian dropped serve at 2-2 and missed his only break chance that would have put him back on serve. Ferrer wrapped up the proceedings with one more hold at 5-4, capitalizing on his first match point at 40-30.

    The world No. 5 and No. 1 seed recorded two aces and just one double-fault. Davydenko finished with one ace and doomed his chances by double-faulting five times.

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