Tommy Haas: 'I don't know which will be my last event in career'



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Tommy Haas: 'I don't know which will be my last event in career'

After skipping Roland Garros, Tommy Haas is ready to play what would be his last grass-court season. The German will play the ATP 250 Stuttgart event, then will be in Halle and Wimbledon if organizers will decide to give him a wild card.

At the end of July he will switch to Hamburg's clay, and then he will play US Open. Haas doesn't know where to end his career yet. 'I don't know what my last tournament will be. I am curius to know it too', the 39-year-old and former World No.

2 said. "My Body does what he wants. Although it hasn't any serious injury and I feel fit, I want to play as long as possibile until the end of the year. So far everything is going well, the shoulder is doing well too.

I have not any issue'. He will likely retire this year, but he didn't close the door to playing next year as well. 'When I go to a tournament I never think it could be my last match.' In career Haas won 15 ATP Titles, including a Masters Series event in 2001 Stuttgart beating Maks Mirny in straight sets.

He also won thrice in Memphis, twice in Halle and Vienna. ALSO READ: Benoit Paire hardly criticizes Tommy Haas after the severe loss in Monte Carlo