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Frenchman Llodra calls it quits

2015-11-05 18:43
Michael Llodra (Getty Images)

Paris - Frenchman Michael Llodra said on Thursday that he was ending his professional tennis career and would work as a consultant for Belgium ahead of this month's Davis Cup final.

The 35-year-old, who was known for his swashbuckling style, won three doubles grand slam titles, but never made it past the fourth round in a major playing singles.

Belgium take on Britain in the Davis Cup final in Ghent from 27 - 29 November.

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