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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-27-2013, 04:54 AM Thread Starter
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Largest Winning Margins Before Retiring

I'm sorry if this thread has been done before, I'm rather new here.

What are some of the largest margins a player has been winning by before retiring.

I'm blanking and can only this of that Djokovic Davis cup match I think versus Davydenko where Novak took the first 2 sets then retired.

Anyone like Voo got any info on this?
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Re: Largest Winning Margins Before Retiring

Last ten years: Sargisian d. Davydenko 1-6 0-1 ret.

In challies: Voscek d. Vicente, 1-6 2-5 ret, Kosice 2011.
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Re: Largest Winning Margins Before Retiring

Are we taking a set won merely as a set won or would they have had to win each set in a large margin as well?

Federer / Haas / Safin / Gaudio / Kuerten / Youzhny / Nadal / Gonzalez / Ljubicic / Hewitt / Soderling / Wawrinka / Coria / Nalbandian / Kohlschreiber
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PHM retired against Verdasco (AO 2007) leading 76 64 66(3-1*)

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Re: Largest Winning Margins Before Retiring

Moscow 2000 Burgsmuller d. Damm 2-6 0-1 ret.
Roland Garros 2001 Russell d. Bruguera 4-6 5-7 6-3 ret.
Umag () 2001 Savolt d. Calleri 3-6 2-3 ret.
Rome 2002 Enqvist d. Norman 2-6 1-2 ret.
Wimbledon 2005 Bjorkman d. Davydenko 6-7 1-2 ret.

I'll add more later if no one else does.

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Re: Largest Winning Margins Before Retiring

Paris 1998 - Rosset def. Krajicek 6-4 5-7 2-5 ret.

Pretty sure Krajicek was on match point as well...

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Gilles Simon - Juan Martin del Potro - Grigor Dimitrov

Pablo Andujar - Philipp Petzschner - David Ferrer - Mikhail Youzhny - Simone Bolelli

Julien Benneteau - Juan Monaco - Tommy Haas - Gianluigi Quinzi - Tommy Robredo - Guido Pella - Lleyton Hewitt
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