Wimbledon 2012: David Ferrer expects difficult task against Andy Murray after beating Juan Martin del Potro

15:08 03 July 2012

Spain

Spain's David Ferrer in action against Argentina's Juan Martin Del Potro. Photo credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire.

Wimbledon Men’s fourth round: Ferrer beat del Potro 6-3, 6-2, 6-3

David Ferrer knows he faces a difficult task against home-favourite Andy Murray in the Wimbledon quarter final.

The Spaniard beat Argentine Juan Martin del Potro in straight sets in the fourth round to reach his first quarter final at the All England Club.

“I’m very happy because it’s my first quarter-final,” Ferrer said. “I played my best match on grass.

“I am trying to improve every day, to play better.

“It’s going to be very difficult to beat Andy on this surface, I will try to do my best and try to play like today.”

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