The players of the Tennis Academy Ferrer, David Ferrer and Iñigo Cervantes will close the year by contesting the finals of the ATP World Tour Final and ATP Challenger Tour Finals circuits, respectively, as a prize for the results for this 2015.
David Ferrer has qualified, once again, among the first players in the world with a titanic season, in which he has won five titles: ATP 500 Vienna, ATP 250 Kuala Lumpur, ATP 500 Acapulco, ATP 500 Rio de Janeiro Janeiro and ATP 250 Doha, raising to 26 the number of ATP titles reached to date by the Tennis Academy player Ferrer.
These results and other highlights during the 2015 season, such as the semifinals of the ATP Masters 1000 of Paris and Rome or of the ATP World Finals ATP 500 of Beijing and Barcelona, ensure their participation in the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals .
David has been framed in the Ilie Nastase group with Rafa Nadal, Stan Wawrinka and Andy Murray. His first rival is Scottish Andy Murray who did it on Monday, November 16, not before 2 p.m. local time at the Barclays Center in London.
For his part, Iñigo Cervantes has been rewarded his great season at the ATP Challenger circuit with the confirmation of his participation in the ATP Challenger Tour Finals, which will play the eight best players of 2015 starting next November 23 in Sao Paulo ( Brazil).
Along with Iñigo, they have also qualified to compete in the ATP Challenger Tour Finals, Paolo Lorenzi, Farrukh Dustov, Radu Albot, Marco Cecchinato, Guido Pella and Daniel Muñoz de la Nava, who face the ATP world in a tournament of the same format. . Final Tour, consisting of group stage -4 players per group-, semifinal and final.
In his first year at the Tennis Ferrer Academy, Iñigo Cervantes has returned to perform at an excellent level and has been reunited with the titles at the ATP Challenger circuit, achieving champion in the tournaments of this category played in Marburg, Vicenza and Ostrava, already reached its best ranking so far, being at the gates of the Top 100.