Juan Carlos Ferrero was a dominant Puncher. When compared with his rivals, he took his biggest edge with the forehand attack making on average 40% more points than them. He could be dangerous with that shot in any positions on the court and at any time.
Puncher / High
To complete his baseline game, Juan Carlo Ferrero could also Retrieve and get an edge making fewer errors with the forehand and the backhand than his rivals. In total, 41% of his points were won by the errors of his rivals and this result stands in the average of the ATP players.
Retriever / Medium
Winning only 8% of his points at the net (with or without a volley to play) Juan Carlos Ferreros could not be regarded as an Offensive player at all. His rivals made on average 3 times more points with the volley than him.
Offensive / Low
Juan Carlos Ferrero was not only a Puncher but also a Tempo player. It means that he was as effective with the topspin forehand as with the backhand played in Tempo close to his baseline. He made on average 30% more points with the backhand than his rivals and that made him a really aggressive baseliner.
Tempo / High
When compared with his rivals, Juan Carlos Ferrero was the most dominated with the Serve making on average 30% fewer points with this shot than them. Opting for a high first serve percentage (68%) only 20% of his first serve were unreturned (below average).