Tommy Haas: 'I could have played my last career match'



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Tommy Haas: 'I could have played my last career match'

So far Tommy Haas' last season on the ATP Tour has been pretty bad. After beating Roger Federer in Stuttgart in the second round match in mid-June, the world no. 248 lost six matches in a row, the last one to Jan-Lennard Struff in straight sets.

Haas was very disappointed at the end of match and said: 'It's a terrible feeling. It could well be that this was my last match. I am not playing anymore what I am capable of. And that is disappointing. It's my job to go out there and win matches, but I feel like I have no goals.' Haas had plans to play the US Open in August and then the Vienna Open in October if organizers, especially at Flushing Meadows, were to award him with a wild card. 'It would be beautiful and probably funny to play US Open and Vienna if my body allows me to do it.

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