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By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Saturday November 16, 2019

Tomas Berdych

Tomas Berdych, winner of 13 ATP titles and two Davis Cup crowns, has announced his retirement.

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Tomas Berdych has called it quits on his legendary career. The former World No.4, a two-time Davis Cup champion as well as a Wimbledon finalist, was on hand to be honored at the ATP Finals in London on Saturday.

Berdych, now 34, won 13 ATP titles and notched 640 ATP-level victories and notched four wins over reigning World No.1 players and won 52 matches against the Top 10 in total.

Berdych has battled a back injury for nearly two years and he told reporters that he decided at this year’s US Open to pull the plug.

“Quickly after the US Open this year, because really, just the feeling that I went through on my last official match, it's been just one that told me, that's it. Like, you tried absolutely everything and the result is how it is.”

The Czech was part of an on-court celebration that honored several players that have retired in 2019.

The include David Ferrer, Victor Estrella Burgos, Nicolas Almagro, Mikhail Youzhny, Marcin Matkowski, Max Mirnyi, Radek Stepanek and Marcos Baghdatis.


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