Tennis - Spaniard David Ferrer says he does not think about retirement as of yet and plans to continue playing until he enjoys competing. In an interview to AS, Ferrer says, "I still do not think about retirement. I go day by day and learning, I will continue playing because I look forward to it and with a lot of motivation.
In case I see that I do not enjoy playing tennis, I will decide to hang the racket, it would not make sense to continue." Ferrer, who is currently ranked 37th in the world, also says that Spain has good chances to win the Davis Cup in 2018.
The 35-year-old says, "I think we can do important things in the Davis Cup, we start playing at home and we have very good tennis players like Carreño, Bautista. We also have good doubles in the top-ten, Spain has very good tennis players, I think we can win the Davis Cup in 2018, but we'll have to be calm ". Talking about the match that he thought was the most important in his career, Ferrer says he would pick the win over Juan Martin del Potro in the Davis Cup final in 2011.
"If I had to stay with a victory it would be the Davis Cup final against Juan Martín del Potro in Sevilla, or I won the Masters 1000 of Paris-Bercy, but also with matches that I did not win, like the one in the Davis Cup final in Prague against Tomas Berdych, since it was the best I've played in this sport." Ferrer begins his 2018 season in Auckland where he chases a record-breaking fifth singles title.