Alize Cornet, who famously broke Iga Swiatek's winning run in 2022, says she is retiring

A French tennis player named Alize Cornet has said that she will be retiring from professional tennis at the next French Open, in front of her home fans.

A French tennis player named Alize Cornet has said that she will be retiring from professional tennis at the next French Open, in front of her home fans.

Cornet has been a professional tennis player since 2006 and turned 34 in January. She has had a successful career with a number of prestigious wins.

Cornet, on the other hand, has lost 33 games this year and is now ranked 107th in the world. She thinks it’s time to end her career as a professional tennis player.

“I have some very important news to share with you. I’ll play my last Roland-Garros match in a month, and then I’ll stop right away. The time is right because it’s the end of a long trip… It seems like the right time. I want to make my own decisions, not be pushed out. “And now is the right time for me to quit tennis,” Cornet said on Canal + in France.

Read More: Tennis player Halep pulls out of the Madrid Open.

Alize Cornet

You can see that Cornet beat Serena Williams and Iga Swiatek

Six times in her career, Cornet has won the WTA title, and she was a big part of France’s win in the 2019 Fed Cup, which is now called the Billie Jean King Cup. Also, when Cornet was ranked No. 11 in the world in February 2009, she was just inches away from breaking into the top 10.

Cornet not only won several times, but she also came close to making the top 10. In three of their seven matches, Cornet beat Williams.

Cornet had another memorable moment in the summer of 2022 when she beat world No. 1 Iga Swiatek in the third round of Wimbledon, ending Swiatek’s 37-match winning run.

Cornet is now getting ready for her last event, the French Open, which starts on May 26th.

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