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7th October
written by kat

7 October 2004
Spain face the United States from December 3 to 5 in Seville and Ferrero’s place in the starting line-up is far from guaranteed.
By bowing out in the second round, the former world number one continues on an alarming lacklustre run less than two months ahead of the Davis Cup final. The 23-year old must first defend his Madrid Masters title in less than two weeks.
Ferrero cruised through the first set but lost his rhythm at 5-5 in the second, allowing Ferrer to grab six games in a row to lead 4-0 in the third.
The 2003 winner at Roland Garros came back to 5-3 only to concede the match on his serve.
Ferrer will face Jonas Bjorkman in the quarter-finals on Friday.

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