MONTE CARLO MASTERS
Spain's Ferrer withdraws injured from Monte Carlo
Seventh seed Ferrer has pulled out of the Monte Carlo Masters a day prior to his second-round match against German Alexander Zverev.
Spain's seventh seed David Ferrer has pulled out of the Monte Carlo Masters a day ahead of his second-round match against German teenager Alexander Zverev.
The 34-year-old Spaniard confirmed on Tuesday that a soleus muscle injury was the cause of his withdrawal.
Decir que por una lesión en el soleo no voy a poder jugar el torneo de Montecarlo. Os iré informando de mi próxima vuelta al circuito!— David Ferrer (@DavidFerrer87) 12 April 2016
Ferrer, a finalist in the Principality five years ago against Rafael Nadal, has had a patchy 2016 season, taking a break from late February to late March to rest.
Upon his return, the ATP number eight lost in the Miami third round to France's Lucas Pouille.
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