Ferrer will be out to upset his countryman and cap off a solid but not stunning 2013 season on the ATP tour.
Using his foot speed, incredible service return and warrior spirit that he has made famous since turning professional in 2000, Ferrer was won two titles this season on his way to racking up $3,584,186 in prize money.
Ferrer has an 8-7 record at the World Tour Finals going back to 2007 where he finished runner-up before not qualifying for the next two years.
However, he stormed back into contention in 2010 before finishing in the semi-finals in 2011.
Birthplace: Javea, Spain
Height: 5’9″ (175cm)
Weight: 160lbs (73kgs)
Turned pro: 2000
Coach: Javier Piles