Pin retires after doubles loss
PARIS -- Camille Pin announced her retirement after being eliminated in the first round of the doubles tournament at the French Open, ending a 12-year career.
Pin, who never won a title on the WTA Tour, said "it's a very special day for me, because it's such a tough decision."
Pin had mainly focused on doubles lately, having reached a career-high singles ranking of 61st in 2007. She was not entered in the singles draw at Roland Garros.
Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press
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