Famous male tennis player: Fernando Verdasco
Famous male tennis player Fernando Verdasco is a professional tennis player from Spain who is currently ranked at number 20 and No. 3 among the Spanish tennis players which is the second highest rank for a Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal. Currently, Verdasco is working with the former U.S. tennis Ace Andre Agassi and his team in Las Vegas. He has achieved his best ranking of seventh in April, 2009. Even though, he hasn’t won any Grand Slam titles in his career, he has given several good performances in Grand Slam matches. His best performance came in the 2009 Australian Open where he reached the semi-finals of the event and was beaten by world number one Rafael Nadal in the longest ever match in the history of the Australian Open that lasted for more than five hours. This performance earned him the ninth ranking, his highest until then. In 2010, Verdasco won titles in Barcelona and San Jose. He successfully reached the final of first ATP Masters 1000 in Monte Carlo.
The Spanish tennis player Fernando Verdasco is an offensive baseline player who can play on any surface but the fast hard courts are his favourites. The best shot played by Spaniard is a forehand. His service is a typical left-handed service where he puts lot of top spin on the ball with a speed of more than 200 Kms. But, his usual habit of making errors at the most important time in a match and a loss of concentration is well known and costs him matches.