Anything but a normal year, 2020 has served up some interesting happenings in the tennis world. But, just like any other, this year waved its fair share of goodbyes. Here are four tennis pros who retired in 2020:
There comes a time when even the greatest tennis players decide to step away from the court. (At least, professionally. It’d be sports blasphemy to assume the game ever truly stops for the greats!) Aaron Umen, and the pro tennis world of players and fans, bid these players farewell:
Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan
Retired on August 26, 2020
Career highlights include ten year-end No. 1s, multiple Grand Slam titles (16 from 30 finals), and ATP Masters 1000 crowns (39 from 59 finals). Career-High: No. 1.
Retired on October 6, 2020
Career highlights include 168 tour-level wins, ATP Tour finals at 2011 Vina del Mar and 2014 Barcelona, and 10 ATP Challenger Tour trophies. Career-High: No. 28.
Career highlights include 2 ATP Tour titles and reaching the third round at 2011 Roland Garros and 2017 Australian Open Grand Slams. Career-High: No. 38.
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