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'It's the right time' - Why Barbara Schett is 'not surprised' at Ashleigh Barty retirement from tennis

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World No. 1 Ashleigh Barty retires from tennis at the age of just 25. The Australian star shocked the sporting world on social media on Wednesday. She became the first home player to win an Australian Open singles title in 44 years. Barty shared the news via a video posted on Instagram in which she sat down and chatted with her good friend Casey Dellacqua.
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World No. 1 Ashleigh Barty announces she's retiring from professional tennis - Local News 8

By Jessie Yeung and Jill Martin, CNNWorld No. 1 Ashleigh Barty has shocked the tennis world by announcing her retirement from the sport after winning three major singles titles in the last three years.“Today is difficult and filled with emotion for me as I announce my retirement from tennis,” the 25-year-old Australian said in the caption of an Instagram post Wednesday. “I am so thankful for everything this sport has given me and leave feeling p…

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Australian Tennis Star Ashleigh Barty, World No. 1, Announces Retirement at 25: 'I'm So Ready'

Ashleigh Barty, three-time Grand Slam winner, said she's retiring from tennis in order to chase other dreams

3 months ago·United States
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'It's the right time' - Why Barbara Schett is 'not surprised' at Ashleigh Barty retirement from tennis

"Tributes have been flooding in from beyond tennis and across the sporting world after Ashleigh Barty made the stunning decision to retire from tennis at the age of just 25 and as the world No. 1. Eurosport expert Barbara Schett has said she was not particularly surprised by the Australian\u0027s announcement given her life priorities, all she has achieved and the tough travel restrictions."

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Surprise on the WTA: Ashleigh Barty, number 1 in the ranking, announced her retirement from tennis

"I know the time is now to step aside and chase other dreams and hang up the racket," the 25-year-old Australian said.

3 months ago·C A B A, Argentina
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Wall Street Journal

World No. 1 Ashleigh Barty Abruptly Retires From Tennis

The three-time major winner and defending Wimbledon champion says she is physically “spent.”

3 months ago·New York, United States
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″I'm exhausted″: Tennis player Ashleigh Barty, world number 1, announces retirement at 25

He started playing tennis at age four, won the last Australian Open and battled depression. Ashleigh Barty was world number 1 but shocked everyone and everything this Wednesday by announcing her retirement from the sport at the age of 25.

3 months ago·Portugal
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