Fernando Verdasco is an excellent tennis player no matter what court surface he plays on. While other tennis players might have specific surfaces they can perform best in, Verdasco is quite the versatile one, being able to play a great game whatever surface is under his feet. Fernando Verdasco, aside from his versatility in court surfaces, is also known as one of the few left-handed tennis players hailing from Spain. His left-handed plays, that being his forehand and double-handed backhand has been receiving rave reviews from fans, tennis enthusiasts and even co-tennis players.
Verdasco turned pro quite recently in the year 2001 and now currently holds the number 23 rank in the Tennis Singles circuit. He plays equally great on the Doubles circuit, holding the number 93 spot. His highest Career Doubles rank was number 67 on April 25, 2005. Verdasco had a soaring career, starting off rough and then steadily improving over the years. In his first professional year in tennis, he entered four career challengers and was able to finish his first year situated in the top 200.
It was on 2003 when Verdasco played his first Masters Series and was able to finish the year 2003 holding the 109th rank. 2004 was a better and memorable year for Verdasco because it was in the year 2004 that he was finally able to win his first ever ATP title. His most famous match to date was in 2005 when he was up against top player Andy Roddick. Now in 2008, Fernando is kept busy with one match after another.
In the year 2008 alone, he has already entered the Australian Open, the Dubai Tennis Championships, Davis Cup, Monte Carlo Masters, Rome Masters and Hamburg Masters. Verdasco has always finished fourth in the French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open and was able to finish second in the Australian Open. With one Singles Titles and two Career Doubles titles already in the bag, the world still has a lot to see from Fernando Verdasco in the world of Tennis.
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