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  • Ferrer captures UNICEF Open title

    6/23/12 5:34 PM | Kelli DeMario
    Ferrer captures UNICEF Open title World No. 6 David Ferrer is four times a title-winner in 2012, having downed qualifier Philipp Petzschner for the UNICEF Open crown. The top seed came through Saturday's championship final in straight sets, 6-3, 6-4.

    Top seed David Ferrer added ATP World Tour title number 15 to his tally after beating Germany's Philipp Petzschner. The 30-year-old veteran converted three of 12 break points en route to a 6-3, 6-4 victory in just 70 minutes.

    "I'm very, very happy. I've won two times here," Ferrer commented, post-match. "This is special for me because grass is maybe my worst surface. On a clay court or hard court, my game is more adapted.

    "Today was a tough match. The key was with my serve. I served very good all the match. I played my best match of this week. I was more consistent than in my last matches."

    Ferrer completed the title-winning run with 37 of 49 service points won.

    "I think he played a great match. He deserved to win the tournament and he was the best player here," Petzschner said. “I made too many mistakes today. If I want to beat him, I have to play at my highest level. But I'm happy with the week. I played really good tennis."

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