Tweets of the Week: David Nalbandian Retires

by: Jonathan Scott | October 02, 2013

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Argentina's David Nalbandian reached a career-high ranking of No. 3 but never won a Grand Slam singles title during his career. At age 31, he announced his retirement from the sport on October 1. Below is what a cadre of journalists and fans tweeted about Nalbandian's disclosure. How will you remember him?

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