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Timbo to quit after DC...

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http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/sport/tennis/article2289049.ece
 shocking clap Pity. Been great over the years. Will be missed
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will come to an end at Wimbledon next month.

So is it after DC or Wimbly next year? doh 

Oh but it's definitely time. Smile
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After DC. Crying or Very sad
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Very sad but no point in injuring his back any further at his age.
[ Last edit by Mark August 20, 2007, 01:32 AM ] IP Logged
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I really hope he plays at DC. Gutted he;s retiring, but it had to come sooner or later. I;m just glad I will be there to see one of the best British Tennis players off...  Crying or Very sad  clap
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Good. Happy to hear it.
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Crying or Very sad  Hes gonna finish at DC?  I had tears in my eyes when Greg retired at Birmingham but it was slightly shock to because I don't think anyone was expecting it.  Now I know this I'm gonna need to take plenty of tissues with me Very Sad
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Oh well.  shocking Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad clap
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I suppose it's necesarry, but I can't believe there won't be any Tim to support at Wimby or anywhere else! I wish I could be there at the Davis Cup tie, but will just have to watch on tv...
I think Andy is great and I love supporting him, but I'll never like him as much as Tim..
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When it happens, it'll be a sad day for British tennis Crying or Very sad but I hope that people remember what he has done for tennis in the UK over the years and not linger on his recent form.  Long live Henman Hill! clap clap
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This is as yet unconfirmed by Tim's own management. Comes purely from a Nigel Harman atricle in the times. Have to say DC is looking bleak with Tim and Andy's form of late.
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Tim Henman will retire from tennis "sooner rather than later", according to British tennis boss Roger Draper.

Draper, the chief executive of the Lawn Tennis Association, was responding a report in the Times that Henman would announce his retirement next month.

From beeb website
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Awwwh Poor Timmy!  Crying or Very sad
He needs to retire now though... good decision.
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Oh well! Crying or Very sad Just another reason to be upbeat about British Tennis at the moment....Not! Sad, walking about.
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Time and tide wait for no man or Henman as the case maybe, but he can leave with his head held high and a healthy bank balance from his years on the tour.

I think it is the correct time to go (it may have been a season too many if the truth be told) but good luck to him in whatever he decides to do.

ADMcC
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