Former World No. 36 Florent Serra Announces Retirement


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Former World No. 36 Florent Serra Announces Retirement

Tennis - 34-year-old French tennis player Florent Serra has announced his retirement from the game of tennis after competing on the professional tour for more than 15 tears. Serra peaked at No. 36 in the world rankings in 2006 and also won two ATP titles in Bucharest in 2005 and Adelaide in 2006.

Serra is currently ranked No. 940 in the world and last played a Futures event in June this year. He finished in the ATP Top 100 for six years in a row ending in 2010. He scored wins over Top 10 players including James Blake, Robin Soderling and Tommy Robredo in his career.

He ended the career with a match record of 123-170. Here is wishing Serra all the best in his future endeavors outside the tennis court. Also Read - Ksenia Pervak Announces Retirement from Tennis Also Read - Roberta Vinci"s Declaration About Retirement