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"Coming out of retirement to play AO one last time in 2017"



does it mean this is his last season? or he will retire right after AO? Or if he plays in 2018 he will skip AO?

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I assume this is his last season or perhaps even his last tournament
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I feel bad for not noticing that Hass had actually retired.

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First set in the bag Old, washed up Foss still schooling these weak era youngsters

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Is he going to play his own tournament at IW?
Not only that but I heard he is winning it automatically, the other players aren't allowed to participate
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Taking a set off peak Janowicz is a great start to this third comeback player of the year campaign.
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Re: Haas sighted BOATing in Melbourne

Is he playing the AO then? Qualifying? Or MD?

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Plays Main Draw. Will play his last season, only his favorite Tournaments. I guess he wants to Retire at the US Open!
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He has signed up to Delray Beach!

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His first retirement was not well covered and not everyone even knew, because he was only playing a few tournaments in 2015 and had constant injuries. Guess he wants to have a proper farewell from his fans

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To tell the truth I don't think we had a public declaration from him...I remembered that he had surgery in 2015 and posts of recovery from it were abound.
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His wife is ready.

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