David Ferrer has defeated Blaz Kavcic of Slovenia in the second round of Men’s tennis singles tournament of London Olympics and secured a place in the third round. Ferrer won the match without having much difficulty. The scorecard 6-2, 6-2 itself says how one sided the match was. This was the first match between Ferrer and Kavcic. Ferrer, who is the highest ranked Spanish player in the competition, outplayed Kavcic and didn’t give him any chance in the match. Ferrer took 1 hour and 22 minutes to win the match.

Ferrer dominated Kavcic right from the start of the match. In the first set, both the players held their service till the end of the fourth game and the scorecard was showing 2-2. But, after that, Ferrer broke Kavcic’s service in the sixth and the eighth game and won the next four games consecutively to win the first set by 6-2. In the second set, Ferrer got a breakthrough in the fourth game and took a lead of 3-1. He held his service in the fifth and the seventh game to make the score 5-2. Kavcic had to hold his service in the eighth game to extend the match. But, he wasn’t able to do so and Ferrer won the match easily.

After the match, Kavcic said that he tried his best, but, Ferrer was unstoppable. As per Kavcic, Ferrer is a great player. He never let him settle into his groove. Ferrer played a lot of attacking shots one after another and Kavcic had no answer for those shots. Ferrer said that it’s quite satisfying to win a match in such a dominating fashion. In the third round, Ferrer will play against Kei Nishikori of Japan. Ferrer said that, he would like to show the same kind of intensity in the upcoming matches as well.