Finally it could not be, Juan Carlos Ferrero and David Ferrer were left at the gates of the final after losing their semi-final crossing to the Austrian Alexander Peya and Brazilian Bruno Soares.
The seconds were a stumbling block too hard for the unpublished Spanish pair who gave, not without a fight until the end, 6-2, 7-6 (3).
After a first set in which Peya-Soares were clearly the best , local idols reacted and the second part was much more disputed. They reached the tie-break and the public for a moment dreamed of Ferrer and Ferrero in a final which would have been one hundred by hundred Spanish, at the end it could not be, 7-3 in the tiebreak and farewell to one of the greatest Spanish tennis players of all time.
Juan Carlos Ferrero closes , with this game , that has been a long career with many milestones. Closes so this stage playing a game with one of his best friends on the circuit, David Ferrer. A defeat with taste of victory because virtually no one argued for this duet who had never played together and has managed to reach the semi-finals, in a tournament such as the Valencia Open 500, as a home for both of them .
( source : http://www.valenciaopen500.com )