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Re: Where will/would you like your favourite player to retire?

Tsonga: Paris Masters seems logic. Or WTF if he has a real title chance.

Ferrer: Valencia Indoors seems logic. Or WTF or Paris Masters if he had a real title chance, i.e. quite unlikely.

Federer: Wimbledon would be nice, on the other hand I think he'd play USO also. So maybe he'd continue to Basel, or WTF if he aas a real title chance.

Djokovic: I guess he'll finish in a slam, or in WTF if he has a real title chance. USO as the season's last slam would be logic, on the other hand AO would be great, he's done so well there.

Nalbandian: USO as the season's last slam would be logic, but maybe he'd continue to the next Buenos Aires tournament.

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Re: Where will/would you like your favourite player to retire?

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Good thread. Murray will definitely call it a day at Wimbledon...possibly aged 34.

Fed @ the WTF if he has managed to qualify, otherwise Basel. 2014.

Rafa - Not sure really. Possibly Wimbledon. 2017.

Nole USO or WTF. 2018.

Hewitt - AO or Wimbledon 2013.

Isner USO 2016.

Del Potro - USO 2020.

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