Ernests Gulbis is officially retired: Former top 10 player and Grand Slam semi-finalist announces conclusion to career with mic-drop social media post

Latvian ace, Ernests Gulbis has officially retired from tennis after being inactive for more than 12 months on the ATP Tour. A former top 10 player who is now 35, he reached the semi-finals of the French Open at Roland Garros in his best run as he reached his best back in 2014.

He defeated Roger Federer and Tomas Berdych en route to a semi-final loss to Novak Djokovic. He has six ATP Tour level titles winning in Delray Beach, Los Angeles, St. Petersburg, Marseille and Nice.

However, the past decade has seen his ranking plummet since the peak in 2014 and after over a year away from the sport, he simply wrote Ernests Gulbis is officially retired in a simple Instagram post and a mic drop so to speak from his career.

Sine September 2022, he has been the president of the Latvian Tennis Union as he gradually ended his career as a professional tennis player and that point has officially come.

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