I left because I was banned. Anyway, this ended way too soon, but I could see it coming. No one wins seven five set matches to win it all, and that's exactly what he'd have to do. His serve is awful, and he's a step slower. We have to put this into perspective. That little guy, with absolutely no weapons whatsoever, got over 700 wins, 27 ATP titles, a grand slam final, three grand slam semis, a WTF final, two Davis Cups, one of the greatest Davis Cup winning percentages of all time(I believe he's only lost like 2-3 times), three wins over number one players, and 17 wins over the top 4. All of this from a guy whose only strength was physically bludgeoning you to death every single match. This board's ridiculous amount of trolls made fun of the guy for being a gatekeeper for the big boys, but it's a really nice job if you can have it. He had no business being in that spot, but he willed his way there, and the big boys even knew they had to play their absolute best to beat him(Even Roger) because he worked every minute. I know he's not officially retired. He MIGHT sneak one more 250 if he has a good serving week, and he'll get a few more wins, but his prime is gone. He'll be a coach one day, and he's not hurting for money, so the second half of his life will be as good as the first.