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Chela Tweets Retirement From Tennis

Juan Ignacio Chela has retired. The 33 year old published the news on his Twitter account Monday, writing, “After many years it was time to move to another stage in my life, I retire from professional tennis”. 03.12.2012

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Hanley, Hutchins Retire From Professional Tennis

Two leading doubles players, Paul Hanley and Ross Hutchins, have both announced their retirements from professional tennis. 12.09.2014

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Hernandez Retires From Professional Tennis

Spaniard Oscar Hernandez announced his retirement from professional tennis during an emotional press conference, attended by Tommy Robredo, Albert Montanes, Marcel Granollers, Pere Riba, Marc Lopez and Oscar Serrano, in Barcelona on Friday. 22.07.2011

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Nicolas Kiefer


Kiefer Announces Retirement

Former World No. 4 Nicolas Kiefer has announced his retirement from the professional tennis at the age of 33. The German wished to spend more time with girlfriend, Anna, and their four-month old daughter, Mabelle Emilienne. 30.12.2010

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Paradorn Srichaphan


Srichaphan Honoured In Retirement Ceremony

Former World No. 9 Paradorn Srichaphan was honoured in a special retirement ceremony at the PTT Thailand Open on Sunday. 03.10.2010

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Bogomolov: "I'm Very Thankful For The Game"

Alex Bogomolov, Jr announced his retirement from professional tennis ahead of the 2015 season, revealing a significant back injury that had plagued him for many years as the culprit. 03.01.2015

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Player Farewells: Ram, Hutchins Leave Their Marks bids farewell to the players who announced their retirements from professional tennis in 2014. 25.12.2014

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Player Farewells: Davydenko & Rochus' Iron Wills bids farewell to the players who announced their retirements from professional tennis in 2014. 24.12.2014

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Guillermo Canas


Guillermo Canas Announces Retirement

Guillermo Canas officially brought to a close his 15-year career on Friday, announcing his immediate retirement from professional tennis. The 32-year-old Argentine reached No. 8 in the world in singles, won seven ATP World Tour singles titles (including the 2002 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Canada) and was a three-time Roland Garros quarter-finalist. 26.03.2010

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