David Ferrer won his second successive title at Mexican Open on Saturday night. Ferrer has defeated Nicolas Almagro in the finals of the Mexican Open title.
The top seeded player in the tournament, David Ferrer thrashed out the fellow Spaniard Nicolas Almagro 7-6 (5), 6-7 (2), 6-2 to defend his Mexican Open title.
David Ferrer has earned his 11th career title and won all the 6-matches, which he has played against Almagro. Ferrer, the Australian open semifinalist had a great start in the season winning 14-matches out of 16. He has a record of wining two tournaments this season with the first in Auckland Open and now he defended his Acapulco open.
The third seeded player in the tournament, Almagro came into the final with a 13-match winning streak after earning titles in Argentina and Brazil in the past two weeks.
Almagro, who was looking for a third-straight ATP Tour crown, after losing his first set with 7-6, he came strongly in the second-set and forced a decider by winning another tie-break with 7-2.
However, after his incredible performance in the second-set, Almagro has given-up completely, and the top seeded player, Ferrer, early in the third set has broken twice and grabbed a fine victory with 6-2.
David Ferrer, the top seeded player has said that he hope he can continue like that this season. Acapulco is a very special event, where he has got a great support from the people and will do everything possible to come back next year.