“I won’t see him suffer anymore,” admits Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s wife after the last match of his career

Jo Wilfried Tsonga retired on May 24 and played the very last game of his career. The recently retired tennis player’s wife put her trust in her husband’s difficulties at the end of his career.

the Tuesday, May 24, 2022 is a special date for Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, namely the last game of his career. It is at the age of 37 that the tennis player and family man has gone into well-deserved retirement after 18 years of work.

Noura El Shwekh, his wife, is delighted with this news. In conversation with the Parisians and showed up on the day of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s last game, the young Swiss reiterated his relief: “Not because he’s not a tennis player anymore, but because For me he had the match he dreamed of (…) It was a perfect trip. He caught himself playing like that, I don’t think he expected it“, She said.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga “physically and mentally tired”

After more than twenty years of tennis life, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is about to embrace a whole new way of lifewhich will not be immediately apparent if we are to believe the French tennis player’s wife: “He will certainly have a small slump, because tennis has enlivened his life since his earliest childhood. He will have to find a new rhythm.”she confided to the daily newspaper.

However, the young woman insists that Jo-Wilfried Tsonga does not regret his resignation and that he was chosen: “He was never someone who was afraid to quit (…) It’s not a forced stop. He was tired physically and mentally. It was time to stop it”explained Noura El Shwekh.

Noura El Shwekh is delighted to find a ‘calm’ husband

After a memorable last game that saw Jo-Wilfried Tsonga see his family on the pitch, the sportsman is now retired. However, Noura El Shwekh seems to have very few illusions about her husband’s availability. She doesn’t expect the athlete to be in a perspective of total calm: “Jo is a careerist who likes to work hard so I’d be surprised if I found him.”she explained in the columns of the Parisians.

Not to mention rest, it is above all the respite that relieves the tennis player’s wife who would like to find a Jo-Wilfried Tsonga “bright” and relieved of all pressure: “That pleases me the most I won’t see him suffer anymore because he has so many problems going to training and doing everything after tennisshe confided in me.

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“I won’t see him suffer anymore,” admits Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s wife after the last match of his career
Tuesday, May 24th, 2022 is a special date for Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, namely the last match of his career.

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“I won’t see him suffer anymore,” admits Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s wife after the last match of his career
At the age of 37, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga took his well-deserved retirement after 18 years of work.

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“I won’t see him suffer anymore,” admits Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s wife after the last match of his career
Noura El Shwekh, his wife, is delighted with this news.

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“I won’t see him suffer anymore,” admits Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s wife after the last match of his career
During an interview with Le Parisien published on the day of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s last game, Noura El Shwekh reiterated her relief

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“I won’t see him suffer anymore,” admits Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s wife after the last match of his career
“For me he had the match he dreamed of (…) It was a perfect game. He surprised himself playing like this, I don’t think he expected it,” he said. Nura El Schwekh

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“I won’t see him suffer anymore,” admits Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s wife after the last match of his career
After more than twenty years of tennis life, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is preparing for a whole new way of life that will not be immediately apparent if we are to believe the French tennis player’s wife.

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“I won’t see him suffer anymore,” admits Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s wife after the last match of his career
“He’s bound to have a bit of a slump because tennis has enlivened his life since he was a young boy. He’ll have to find a new rhythm,” Noura El Shwekh confided to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

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“I won’t see him suffer anymore,” admits Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s wife after the last match of his career
However, the young woman assures that Jo-Wilfried Tsonga does not regret his resignation and that he was chosen

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“I won’t see him suffer anymore,” admits Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s wife after the last match of his career
“He was never someone who was afraid to stop (…) It’s not a forced stop. He was physically and mentally tired. It was about time it stopped,” explained Noura El Shwekh.

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“I won’t see him suffer anymore,” admits Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s wife after the last match of his career
With Jo-Wilfried Tsonga now retired, Noura El Shwekh seems to have very few illusions about her husband’s availability.

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“I won’t see him suffer anymore,” admits Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s wife after the last match of his career
“Jo is a careerist who likes to work hard, so I’d be surprised if I found him for myself,” Noura El Shwekh told Le Parisien columns.

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