Carlos Moya Needs to Think About Retiring from Tennis

by The Insider on May 12, 2010 · 0 comments

in ATP News

It is about time to retire for Carlos Moya. Moya lost to Benjamin Becker 6-0 6-2 at the Madrid Masters 1000 even on Monday. Moya has also admitted that this defeat was probably one of the worst of his career.

“This is one of the worst beatings I’ve had in my career,” said Moya. “Perhaps I wasn’t at 100 percent as regards my foot and I may have forced it a bit to play here, but I assure you I have been training much better than I played today. I was confident and was really excited about winning today and having the chance to face Federer. But it couldn’t be, so I’ll have to try to find something positive to take away from today’s match.”

Becker, who is by no means a clay-court specialist, had previously recorded a 5-14 lifetime record on the surface.

Carlos just cut your losses and head towards the Champions tour!

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