David Ferrer is a prominent former Spanish professional tennis player who has won the Davis Cup championship more than three times, where he played for Spain. He also won many trophies at every level, and he has not only won the grand slam title in his career but is named the seventh highest male tennis players. David has the proper distinction of winning most ATP tour matches without securing the grand slam tournaments. Ferrer started his career as a professional tennis player in 2000 and is now known as a clay court specialist.
The Early Years of David Ferrer
David Ferrer was born under the name David Ferrer Ern, in Xàbia, Alicante, Spain, on April 2, 1982, and is 40 years old. His father’s name is Jamier Ferrer Sapena, and his mother’s name is Pilar Ern Cholbi, and there is no information regarding his parents’ occupations. David has one brother named Javier Ferrer Ern; except for the name, he did not share any information about his brother with anyone. He spent his early life in Xabia, the province of Alicante, and then he moved to Gandia with his family at the age of thirteen. Then after two years, he moved to Barcelona with his family to join the Catalan Tennis Federation.
David has been interested in tennis from a young age, and also he went to classes to learn professional tennis. His coach’s name is Javier Piles; as a teenager, he did not practice hard as his coach locked him in a dark 2m x 2m ball closet for many hours; he gave only a piece of bread and a bit of water to him. After that incident, David got fed up with tennis and started to work at a construction site, but a week later, he returned to Javier and asked whether he could remain in the club and play tennis. Then Javier started to coach David, and they parted ways at the end of 2013.
David has yet to share any information about his educational qualification; whether he has completed his high school education is also unknown. At a young age, David joined Juan Carlos Ferrero’s Academy and started to practice tennis, and he had more interest in tennis than his studies.
Personal details of David Ferrer
Real Name: David Ferrer Ern
Profession: Professional tennis player
Celebrity name: David Ferrer
Place of Birth: Comunidad Valenciana, Spain
Birthday: April 2, 1982
Colour of Eyes: Green
Colour of Hair: Dark Brown
Net Worth: $ 16 Million
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Body measurements of David Dobrik
Height in cm: 175 cm
Height in Feet: 5 ft. 9 in.
Weight in Kg: 73 kg
Weight in Pound: 161 lbs
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Shoe Size (In U.S.): 9.5
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Family details of David Ferrer
Mother’s Name: Pilar Ern Cholbi
Father’s Name: Jamier Ferrer Sapena
Number of Siblings: One Brother (Javier Ferrer Ern)
Relationship Status: Married
Children: One Son (Leo Ferrer)
Spouses: Marta Tornel
The Relationship life of David Ferrer
David Ferrer was in a relationship with the French female tennis player Camille Pin. In 2006, they started to relationship, but it did not last; within a year, they broke up and separated in 2007. After that, he met Svetlana Kuznetsova, a Russian female tennis player. Their relationship was short-lived; they broke up after six months. David met Marta Tornel in 2008, and she was introduced to him by his coach Javier Piles and his wife. Marta Tornel is having holds a degree in optometry, and she is working at her family opticians located in Benifaio. They dated for more than seven years, and on November 28, 2015, they married in a ceremony with family and friends. Then on May 4, 2018, David and Marta announced on their social media that they welcomed their first son Leo.
The Net Worth of David Ferrer
David Ferrer currently has a net worth of $ 16 million and earned a major part of his net worth as a successful professional tennis player. He has earned more than $ 31 million as a salary on the court during his career and is named the 7th highest-earning tennis player.
Social media presence of David Ferrer
David Ferrer is active on social media platforms, his Instagram account has around 924 K followers, and he will use to post more of his pictures on it. His verified Twitter account has over 1.2 million followers, and his Facebook account has more than 300 K followers.
Interests and likes of David Ferrer
David likes basketball and also in his free time he will use to play basketball. He loves to read books, and according to him, books will help him improve as a person and a tennis player. His favourite books are La Reina del Sur (Queen of the South), written by his favourite novelist Perez-Reverte.
The Professional path of David Ferrer
David Ferrer started his career as a professional tennis player in 2000, and the same he won the F3 in Spain and F1 in Poland and finished second in Spanish F1. In 2002, he won his debut ATP finals in the second ATP event held in Umag. Then, the following year, he created his first career title on the channel. In 2005, he reached no. 14 after he won his first ATP title in Vina De Mar. David started to earn more success, reaching the final of the 2013 French Open and the Australian and U.S. Opens semi-finals twice.
He was part of the Spanish Davis Cup team and won the title more than three times in 2008, 2009, and 20011. David won the 2012 Paris Masters and was the runner more than six times at the six others Masters Tournaments. In 2015, David won his 25th career title in the Kuala Lumpur Open and was the first Spaniard to win. David last participated in his home tournament in Madrid, and after that, he announced his retirement in 2019.