If you are going to do something like that, there is a lot of travel involved and that's something I'm enjoying not doing anymoreReport: Henman won't coach Andy Murray Dec 05, 2007
From a professional point of view, it's something I've been thinking about for some timeHenman to retire from competitive tennis Aug 23, 2007
Roger is the best I have ever played against, full stopFederer blasts Henman at Wimbledon Jun 28, 2006
At this stage of my career the combination of the Davis Cup format and the rigors of the ATP Tour have made it necessary for me to make this decisionHenman quitting Davis Cup tennis Jan 14, 2005
Having taken my time to make sure that I fully recovered from my operation, and after feeling 100 percent in America recently, it's really frustrating and very disappointing to have picked up a slightly different shoulder problemTwo withdrawals from Monte Carlo Apr 09, 2003
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Timothy Henry "Tim" Henman OBE (born 6 September 1974) is a retired British professional tennis player. Henman played a serve-and-volley style of tennis that suited the grass courts of Wimbledon. He was the first player from the United Kingdom since Roger Taylor in the 1970s to reach the semi-finals of the Wimbledon Men's Singles Championship.
Having reached six Grand Slam semi-finals, won 15 career ATP titles (11 in singles and 4 in doubles), and been ranked number 4 in the world, Henman was one of the United Kingdom's most successful open era male tennis players. He retired after helping Great Britain defeat Croatia in a Davis Cup match played in September 2007..