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Tsonga to Retire After Roland Garros Farewell

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will retire after Roland Garros. EPA-EFE/CAROLINE BLUMBERG

The 2022 Roland Garros marks the end of an era in French tennis.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will close the curtain on his glorious career at his home major in Paris.

The former world No. 5 announced he will retire after Roland Garros

“It is with great emotion that I announce today my decision to stop my professional career at the next French Open,” Tsonga posted on Instagram. “So many incredible moments, so much joy shared with a public that gave me a lot … hoping for one last thrill with you!”

The 36-year-old Tsonga captured 18 career titles and won more than $22 million in career prize money.