Argentina’s Gisela Dulko, one of the finest tennis players to emerge from South America and a former doubles World No.1, has announced her retirement from professional tennis. The 27-year-old steps away from the game to focus on other priorities with four WTA singles titles and 17 in doubles. “Tennis has been my life for 20 years,” said Dulko, who finishes with 309 singles match wins to her name, 305 in doubles, and total prize money earnings of $4,246,105. “I started playing when I was seven and knew from a young age that I wanted to be a professional tennis player...
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