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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga announces that he will retire after Roland-Garros


Europe 1 with AFP
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9:16 p.m., April 06, 2022

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, former world No. 5 and long No. 1 French, announced that he would retire this year after Roland-Garros when he turns 37, Wednesday in a video posted on social networks.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, former world No. 5 and long No. 1 French, announced that he would retire this year after Roland-Garros when he turns 37, Wednesday in a video posted on social networks. “A few weeks ago I decided that I was going to stop at Roland this year. It will be my 15th Roland,” announces the player who has fallen to 220th in the world and who is coming out of four years plagued by injuries.

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