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didn't he say he was retiring after he lost to roddick at us open?
now he is in tokyo playing
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It was his last US open but not last tournament. I believe his PR is only good for Tokyo so that might be his last tournament.
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I think he still has 3 or 4 PR ranking tourneys left

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Fee, your presence is wanted in GM.
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Thanks Miss Kitty.

As clearly stated in his post match press conference at the USO, he is using his PR for three more tournaments (Tokyo, Moscow and St Petersburg) because he still had it available, so what the heck.

By the way, this thread was unnecessary. A quick glance at Justin's thread in the USA player forum or the Tokyo entry list thread would have answered this question without creating GM clutter.

Edit: He just defeated Lukasz Kubot 6-4, 7-5. It's the first main draw singles match that he's won since his back surgery.

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he said he would play about 3 tournys after the US

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thanks Justin
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Kubot What a shame lost to semi-retired Gimelstob.

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I just hope he wins a title or something to successfully close of his career.
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Thanks Miss Kitty.

By the way, this thread was unnecessary. A quick glance at Justin's thread in the USA player forum or the Tokyo entry list thread would have answered this question without creating GM clutter.
Ew. you're a dick.
Yea, it's much easier to locate that moron's thread in the USA forum than to take 2 seconds and ask it here.
Take the stick out of yer arse and skip over the threads YOU deem "unnecessary".
I happened to be wondering the same thing and was glad the question was here.
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If you think he's such a moron, then why do you even care if his name's in the draw? Lose money on the match?

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@dougrobson - Whoever is supplying Mahut with hair gel needs to ink a sponsorship deal now.

@Wimbledon - FYI, with @Wimbledon live scoring devices, please add 50 to the games in the fifth set of the Isner v Mahut match.

@HolterMedia - Nice to see that a three-day test has come to tennis here @wimbledon.



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Ew. you're a dick.
Yea, it's much easier to locate that moron's thread in the USA forum than to take 2 seconds and ask it here.
Take the stick out of yer arse and skip over the threads YOU deem "unnecessary".
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I’ve always liked Justin. He’s an entertaining guy, both with his tennis and his personality, and he gets the most out of his (self-admitted) limited talent. He’s especially fun at Wimbledon where he dives around the court like a deranged gymnast.

BTW, I agree with the sentiment that if you don't think a thread is worth discussing, stay the fuck out of it. (No offense.)
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Justin seems like a good guy. too bad he's retiring.
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