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It was hard the first two months

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga reveals it was "a bit hard" the first two months after retirement but adds now

All of my time was dedicated to that and suddenly it's empty

There's nothing left, there's no longer the atmosphere, the hot stadiums

It's true that it was a bit hard the first 2 months, but now it's fine," Tsonga said,

There's nothing left, there's no longer the atmosphere, the hot stadiums

com/99rvCAjuBX — We Are Tennis (@WeAreTennis) December 10, 2022

During his career, Tsonga won 18 titles and reached a career-high ranking of No 5 in the world

Tsonga, who captured two Masters titles, reached his lone Grand Slam final at the 2008 Australian Open -

"All the journey was nice and good to live, even the difficult moments

Tsonga, who was always a fan favorite wherever he went, noted that one of his biggest goals

“I always said one of my goals was to inspire kids, inspire other people

I have been inspired myself by other sportsmen and I know how you feel

In what was the final match of his career, Tsonga lost to Casper Ruud as the Norwegian