2016 Player Retirements

2015 injuries carrying onto the 2016 season (not played in 2016):-

Maria Sharapova (Left Forearm Injury)
Andreas Haider-Maurer (Right Heel Injury)
Jerzy Janowicz (Knee Injury)
Juan Martin Del Potro (Wrist Injury)
Juan Monaco (Wrist Injury)
Richard Gasquet (Back Injury)
Thanasi Kokkinakis (Shoulder Injury)
Casey Dellacqua (Concussion)
Gael Monfils (Leg Injury)
Michaela Krajicek (Elbow Injury)
Blaz Kavcic (Foot Surgery)
Lucie Safarova (Illness)
Tommy Haas (Shoulder Injury)

Recent 2016 retirement/withdrawal injuries (not played since):-

Alexa Glatch (unknown)
Michail Elgin (unknown)
Kaia Kanepi (Virus)
Mona Barthel (Illness week 1, unknown injury week 2)
Serena Williams (Knee injury)
Garbine Muguruza (Left foot injury)
Irina Begu (Knee injury)
Petra Kvitova (Virus)
Martin Klizan (Shoulder Injury)
Madison Brengle (Illness)
Nick Kyrgios (Foot Injury)
Aljaz Bedene (Unknown)
Julien Benneteau (Unknown)
Angelique Kerber (Illness)
Dominic Thiem (Blister)
Bernard Tomic (Unknown)

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