Julia Goerges, the 31 aged German tennis player announces her retirement to the game of tennis through a letter. During her profession she won seven tournament titles and she holds the top 10 position in tennis.
In 2018 she ranked ninth in the world level and still she remains 45th rank after her retirement.
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In a letter she wrote to the game of tennis that, “After my 15 years of profession, I am ready to say farewell to tennis”.
“For me it’s very hard to say good bye to tennis, and it was the right time to end the tennis life and to begin the new one. I am really delighted about that”, said Goerges in the letter.
Women’s Tennis Association chief executive Steve Simon said that, “Julia was an amazing ambassador of women’s tennis. Her unique playing methods, being a role model with great talent and intelligent gave this position and lot of fans across the globe”.
In 2018 Julia reached Wimbledon semi-finals and lost to Serena Williams. In 2014 French Open she was the runner up in mixed doubles and she got selected in the Fed Cup finals in the same year.
In 2011 she won Stuttgart title and in 2017 she won the Moscow title and WTA Elite Trophy in Zhuhai.