Dudi Sela, who lost in the first round of the Roland Garros qualifiers, is expected to retire in an exciting ceremony at Israel's home meeting in the Davis Cup this September against the strong Czech team.
Sela, who celebrated his 37th birthday last month, continued to compete in competitions to which he is invited to make money, but in fact retired from active play and has not played for the Israeli Davis team in recent years.
Despite his failed qualifying appearance, he earned 14,000 euros in Paris.
Sela is officially ranked 395th in the world even though he has played in only two tournaments this year.
The tennis association has been blowing new winds since the entry of the new chairman, Avi Peretz, and the desire is to turn the Davis meeting into a celebration against the strong visiting team, which will also honor one of the greatest players in Israeli tennis history.
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