If he won the Davis Cup with Canada id fully expect for him to retire on the spot and go out on top as he wouldve won everything there is to win
My expectation as well; in fact, I suspect he may retire anyways. I am a bit surprised actually at the timing of the split ... even if it wasn't all peachy on the Nestor/Lindstedt team, they were 11th in the race for London ... and probably had a good shot at London finals. My take is Nestor is saying DC is more important than London. AFAIK
, Nestor hasn't signed on with another partner for rest of year. Maybe he can play out the last bit of his career by teaming with Vasek & Milos a few times and serving as a doubles mentor.