Nalbandian defeated Gimeno Traver and now faces Ferrero
"King" David only needed one hour and 24 minutes to move one step forward when defending his crown in the Buenos Aires ATP. The Spaniard Daniel Gimeno Traver made things complicated in a couple of games before saying goodbye to the Telmex Cup when he lost 7-5 and 6-2 to the man from Córdoba. "This time I did not serve as well as on Monday and I have to be more regular”, David analyzed after his victory which should have been claimed more easily. Anyways, he was not a demanding opponent and David moves forward with firm steps. Things will get more complicated now since in the next round, to be played on Friday, he will face the Spaniard Juan Carlos Ferrero, former world number one in 2003. "I have to do my utmost on Friday, but the important thing is to win and especially because I am playing at home. He is a great player, a former number one, so it won’t be easy". They are 3-3 in the record, and each won a match in 2008.