Giorgi’s surprise retirement in the 2018 Wimbledon quarterfinals Fans say, ‘You’re not retired, right?’

Camila Giorgi

Camila Giorgi (Italy), who reached the quarterfinals of the women’s singles at the 2018 Wimbledon tennis tournament, has ended her active career.

Italian news agency ANSA reported on the 9th (Korean time) that “Giorgi retired without any announcement.”

Giorgi, who is currently ranked 116th in the world in singles on the Women’s Professional Tennis (WTA) tour, is a player who has gained a lot of popularity from fans for her skills and beauty. Her official social media follower count exceeds 720,000. 메이저사이트

Born in 1991, he reached the quarterfinals of Wimbledon in 2018, and his personal highest ranking in the world was 26th in 2018.

She is familiar to domestic fans as she has won the WTA Tour singles four times and participated in the WTA Tour Korea Open in 2012 and 2016.

This year, he played until the Miami Open in March and showed no signs of retirement, but he was recently listed on the list of retired players by the International Tennis Integrity Agency (IATA), sparking rumors of his retirement.

The IATA Internet website states that Giorgi retired as of the 7th.

Tennis fans reacted to the rumor of Giorgi’s retirement, who appeared in the tournament just a month ago, with comments on Giorgi’s social media such as ‘He’s not retired, right?’, saying it was hard to believe it, but this was also the case at the WTA Tour BNL Italia International, which opened in Rome, Italy on the 7th. With Giorgi’s absence, retirement seems to be accepted as a fait accompli.

Giorgi has participated in this competition held in Italy every year recently.

Giorgi was also not included in the list of players participating in the second major tournament of the season, the French Open, which starts at the end of this month.

The British newspaper The Sun reported on Giorgi’s retirement and titled it “Tennis Beauty Giorgi’s Mysterious Retirement”, a sudden ‘surprise retirement’.

Giorgi was so interested in fashion that he ran a personal fashion brand called ‘Zomilla’ and even made and wore his own competition uniform.

Contrary to his image, he was loved by fans for his strong strokes and aggressive tennis style. 온라인 슬롯

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