Florian Mayer to Retire after US Open This Year

German tennis player Florian Mayer will retire after the US Open this year. Mayor has been playing professional tennis for 17 years. Mayor announced his retirement before moving to BMW in Munich. He will say goodbye to ATP World Tour after the US Open that will begin in early September.

“This is my last BMW Open,” the 34-year-old Mayor told the news agency Xinhua. “I will definitely retire after the US Open.” Mayer was constantly injured during his 17-year career. He became a professional player in 2001 and so far has won only two titles.

Mayor said that young players of 20 years of age are superb athletes, and the way they play is difficult to face them. Due to which it is very difficult to stay in top 100 international players every year.

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However, Florian Mayer’s career has not been very impressive but anyhow he managed to spend long 17 years with ATP World Tour. Now he is all set to get retire. He couldn’t win any major tournament in his lifetime career.

Mayor’s career-best ranking was 18th. WHich he achieved in 2011. He won 241 matches in his tennis career while losing 252 matches.

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Florian Mayer’s Titles


Year Titles Tournaments
2016 1 Halle (Outdoor/Grass)
2011 1 Bucharest (Outdoor/Clay)
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