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When will Lleyton Hewitt retire?

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Hopefully soon, so I don't have to suffer through his mugfests during Australian Open when there are better matches on. His level, judging by Hopman Cup, is probably top 300 at most right now and he'll still be put on RLA and be given priority over better players.
 

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Around 10-12 months if he is unable to play a few tournaments in a row without another issue popping up.
 

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When all of his toes fall off.

So at the end of the year.
 

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This year after winning the olympics.
that's Roger:wavey:

Hewitt will win 1 match at the AO this year, and retire when he loses his 2nd match to Nole at night;)
 

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2013 Aus Open
 

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Lleyton should pull a Wayne Arthurs and keep playing til he's like 36-37. Who cares if he can't play the main events, at least in Australia, he will get wildcards to get in anyways.
 

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Lleyton is clearly waiting for the Olympics because he rates himself on grass. He will retire after the 2013 AO but will most likely play the first round of Davis Cup following the 2013 AO because he is patriotic and then never play again.
 

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2014, 2015 and specially 2016 are just for the lolz, right?
 

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After the olympics of Aus open 2013
 

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I don't know. He still seems to it's 2001. He still looks at himself as a serious contender (especially at Wimbledon). I think he's finding it hard to let go even though he's clearly past it.
 
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