10/28/12 4:23 AM | Cheryl Murray
Top seed David Ferrer will take on Alexandr Dolgopolov for the title at home in Valencia.
World No. 5 David Ferrer has a handy 4-1 record over Alexandr Dolgopolov, with wins on both clay and hard courts in the past several years. Ferrer won their last meeting at the 2011 Paris Masters.
Dolgopolov might put up a good fight on Sunday. The Ukrainian has played and served particularly well, especially in his quarter and semifinal matches.
Ferrer will certainly have the advantage on the return. The Spaniard has one of the best returns in the men's game and should have plenty of opportunities at Dolgopolov's serve on the relatively slow courts in Valencia.
Still, the Spaniard had some difficulty in his semifinal against qualifier Ivan Dodig of Croatia. If Dolgopolov serves well, he has a shot at getting the title out from underneath Ferrer.
Prediction - Ferrer in 3 tough sets.
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