Andrei Pavel Retires From Professional Tennis

This entry was posted by Thursday, 24 September, 2009


Come and play!, originally uploaded by atomiclion.
Andrei Pavel is inviting one of his supporters to come on the court and play against Pablo Cuevas (BCR Open Romania, september 2009): “Come and play!” Pavel lost in two sets against Cuevas, in his last match in ATP official tournaments.

Former World No. 13 Andrei Pavel retired from professional tennis, after competing at the BCR Open Romania in Bucharest. His final match was a lose to Pablo Cuevas.

In his career, Pavel won three ATP World Tour singles titles (3-6 overall), including one ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title at the 2001 Rogers Cup, when he beat Andy Roddick, Tommy Haas and Patrick Rafter.


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