Posts Tagged ‘Carlos Moya’

30th September
2002
written by kat

Taken from South China Morning Post – by Alvin Sallay
30 September 2002
Juan Carlos Ferrero will go down in Hong Kong history as the last man standing at the Salem Open. The young Spanish master was numero uno as the curtain sadly came down on the SAR’s 13 year affair with professional tennis at Victoria Park last night.
Ferrero, 22, defeated countryan Carlos Moya to win the 2002 title 6-3 1-6 7-6(7-4) in two hours of baseline tennis, stretched out by long rallies. The crowd called out for more, or was it Mo-ya? but Ferrero was not to be denied his date with destiny.
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9th May
2002
written by kat

Moya supports Ferrero
Taken from cnnsi.com (CNN & Sports Illustrated)
9 May 2002
ROME (Reuters) — World No. 3 Juan Carlos Ferrero has blasted organizers of the Rome Masters tournament and the ruling body of men’s tennis (ATP) for discriminating against Spanish players.
“I feel that the Spanish are not being treated in the right way and it’s about time some of the Spanish players turned up and said something about the conditions of where they’re made to play,” Ferrero said on Thursday.
The Spaniard, seeded third and defending champion, was annoyed after being relegated to court six for his third-round defeat to Croatian Ivan Ljubicic on Wednesday.
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21st April
2002
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By Chris Bowers-Tennis Radio Network
Taken from the Official TMS Monte Carlo website
21 April 2002
Carlos Moya had warned on Saturday night that when Juan Carlos Ferrero gets hot on clay he’s hard to beat, and Ferrero really turned on the heat to win the first all-Spanish final at the Tennis Masters Monte-Carlo and pick up his second Masters shield.
In a superb display of precision hitting, Ferrero beat Moya 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 to add Monte Carlo to the title he won in Rome last year. It’s his sixth ATP title in total, but more than that it denotes a powerful statement that the man from Valencia province is back in business.

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21st April
2002
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Taken from the Official TMS Monte Carlo website
21 April 2002
Spain’s Juan Carlos Ferrero claimed his first Tennis Masters Monte-Carlo title with a straight sets victory against fellow countryman Carlos Moya to win the first all-Spanish final at the Monte-Carlo Country Club.
Ferrero, the No. 2 seed, came through 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 in just under two hours to claim his second career Tennis Masters Series shield following his victory in Rome last year.
“It’s a very important victory for me,” said Ferrero, who moves up to 13th position in the ATP Champions Race 2002. “It gives me a lot of confidence in myself. The best players in the world were here.”
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30th April
2001
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Taken from the Official ATP Tour website
30 April 2001
New Balls Please star Juan Carlos Ferrero captured his third title of the ATP season with a marathon five-set win against fellow countryman Carlos Moya in Barcelona.
Ferrero, who saved two match points in his first round win against Adrian Voinea, won the Open Seat Godo 2001 with a 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 3-6, 7-5 victory in a match that lasted 4 hours, 9 minutes in front of a capacity crowd at the Real Club de Tenis.
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