After his home event he will retire :sobbing:
Raemon is good on grass and hard, but clay is really not his surface whatsoever. While he has had some good results (3R at RG 2006, winning the big Poznan Challenger last year) on the surface, he hated the surface for many years and had poor results on it. It is by far his weakest surface.Didn't really follow tennis closely in his hayday but it looks like has been a pretty good allround player, be it indoors, clay or even grass. He won a challenger on clay only last year.