Camila Giorgi confirms shocking retirement and rips Italian media

The Italian came back to speak after the many rumors, harshly attacking the Italian media such as Corriere della Sera and Gazzetta dello Sport who speculated on her retirement

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Camila Giorgi confirms shocking retirement and rips Italian media
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Camila Giorgi broke the silence behind which she had entrenched herself in recent weeks and confirmed what had already been anticipated by ITIA: she has retired from tennis. There have been many rumors in the last few hours, reported by the Italian media Corriere della Sera and Gazzetta dello Sport, which spoke of a possible escape to the USA of the Italian tennis player, who is being hunted - as reported by Corriere della Sere a and Gazzetta dello Sport - by the Italian tax authorities for tax evasion. Not only that: Again according to rumours, Camila should face a trial for false anti-covid vaccinations next July. In short, a hornet's nest, fueled by the silence of the Italian tennis player, unavailable according to the aforementioned rumors in recent days.

Camila Giorgi
Camila Giorgi© Alexander Scheuber / Stringer Getty Images Sport
 

However, as mentioned, Camila broke the silence and revealed her truth through her Instagram account.

"I kindly ask for truthful information to follow my Instagram page, because so far only FAKE articles are coming out. To my beloved fans. I am happy to formally announce my retirement from my tennis career. I am so grateful for your wonderful love and support for so I cherish all the wonderful memories. There have been many inaccurate rumors about my future plans, so I look forward to providing more information about the exciting opportunities ahead. It's a joy to share my life with you . With much love, Camila," she said, thus confirming what was anticipated by ITIA, the international agency, which last May 7 published the official list of those retired, also including the Italian one.

Camila Giorgi
Camila Giorgi© Alexander Scheuber / Stringer Getty Images Sport
 

Giorgi anticipated that there will be other opportunities to reveal her future plans after the end of her competitive activity. The 32-year-old therefore leaves tennis after having won a total of 4 WTA titles. The most important and prestigious is undoubtedly the WTA 1000 won in Montreal in 2021, beating Karolina Pliskova in the final.

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