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We already know that legends like Jarkko Nieminen and Mardy Fish will retire after this season. I think other players could retire after this season are:

Jurgen Melzer
Mikhail Youzhny
Radek Stepanek
Tommy Haas
Ernests Gulbis
Rafael Nadal

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Gulbis isn't retiring and neither will Rafa.

I think the clock is ticking for Verdasco :sad:. Though I think he'll give it one last shot in 2016.
 

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Colonel MUST retire for his fans.
 

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I heard Michael Berrer is retiring (mentioned it in interview after beating Nadal at Doha)
Hewitt as well (but only after AO)
 

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I think the Olympics coming up might make some players hold on for a few extra months.
 

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I know that Federer will retire next season.
 

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Murray has a better chance of winning the Golden Slam in 2016 than Nadal retiring at the end of the season, assuming no further injuries. :wavey:
Bit of an exaggeration there but okay.

Nadal might not leave the tour on his own terms anyway. ;)
 

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I think the Olympics coming up might make some players hold on for a few extra months.
What for? They'll have no medal winning chances anyway, not even reaching Top6.
This might include Nadal :haha:
 

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Murray has a better chance of winning the Golden Slam in 2016 than Nadal retiring at the end of the season, assuming no further injuries. :wavey:
:sad:

so Rafa is retiring at the end of the season

so long friend
 

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What for? They'll have no medal winning chances anyway, not even reaching Top6.
This might include Nadal :haha:
It's about being part of the Olympics itself you know as I'm pretty sure if they have a medal winning chance they won't retire yet anyway. :lol:
 

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Daniel Garza will retire this year. And next year. And probably a few more after that. He wants that record to be unsurpassable.
 

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Tommy won't retire this year, unless he changes his mind after Stuttgart. That would be atrocious.
 
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