Tomas Berdych Announces Retirement

2010 Wimbledon Finalist Tomas Berdych announced his retirement at a special ceremony organized at the O2 Arena in London during the Nitto ATP Finals. 34-year old Berdych won 13 titles during his impressive career and reached a career high World No. 4 in 2015.

Berdych was a consistent player for more than a decade. He qualified for the season-ending event in London for six straight years from 2010-2015, advancing to the semifinals in 2011. He earned over $29 million during his career.

Berdych has been struggling with injuries since 2018.  He only played 9 tournaments in the last 18 months.

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