Marion Bartoli shocked the tennis community when she announced her retirement after a loss in Cincinnati last night. Bartoli is only 28 years old and is ranked 7th in the world, the highest ranking of her career. She's also 

Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli has announced her immediate retirement from tennis following her defeat at a tournament in Ohio on Wednesday. The world's seventh-ranked women's player, who was beaten 3-6 6-4 6-1 by Simona Halep at the Western 

Tears streaming down her face, Marion Bartoli has announced she is quitting tennis at the age of 28 – a little over a month after winning her first and now probably last grand slam title, at Wimbledon. The volatile French player, ranked No7 in the

Thoughts on the surprising announcement of Marion Bartoli's retirement.

(CNN) — Marion Bartoli has retired from tennis with immediate effect, just six weeks after winning her first grand slam title at Wimbledon. The Frenchwoman, who beat Germany's Sabine Lisicki to be crowned champion at the All England Club, broke down

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