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Third seed David Ferrer will look to secure his place in the third round of the Australian Open when he takes on French star Adrian Mannarino.
The 31 year old sealed his place in the second round with a straight forward with a 6-3, 6-4, 6-4 win over Colombia’s Alejandro Gonzalez in just over two hours.
The Spanish star is keen to atone for his performance in the semi-final last year when he lost to Novak Djokovic in 89 minutes and prove he is a contender
“Every week is different. The last match I played here was very bad, but it’s just one match,” Ferrer said. “Now I am in another tournament, other conditions.
“I played well today. I play some good moments in the match and I have to be positive.”
The aforementioned conditions that Ferrer referred is the extreme heat that the players are facing on court with temperatures during the first round of matches hitting plus 40 degrees.
With that in mind the Ferrer will be keen for another quick encounter against the 25 year old Mannarino.
Mannarino reached the fourth and third round at Wimbledon and US Open last year however he has never advanced past the second round at the Australian Open and unless Ferrer lets his standards drops it is unlikely that the player will progress on this occasion.
Ferrer won their only other previous clash when he won 7-5, 0-6, and 6-0 at the ATP World Tour Masters in Madrid in 2011 and the Spanish star is expecting a much tougher clash this time out, telling reporters:
“I don’t know. I will have to play against Mannarino, and it’s going to be [a] difficult match. He’s a lefty hand and he [will] play very flat with his shots. I am only focused with after tomorrow.”
Ferrer is on course to face Czech star Tomas Berdych in the quarter-finals should he progress.