Italy’s Camila Giorgi retired from professional tennis on Tuesday, according to the official website of the International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA).

World No. 116 Giorgi’s name appeared under the list of ‘Retired Players’ on the ITIA website with May 7, 2024 as the date of retirement. The 32-year-old Italian has not made any announcement on her social media handles yet.

However, the Italian Tennis Federation (FITP) later confirmed her retirement in a social media post.

“A WTA 1000 title in Montreal, best ranking at number 26 WTA and 4 overall trophies in her career. Camila Giorgi says goodbye to tennis at the age of 32,” said FITP.

Giorgi, who reached a career-high ranking of 26 in 2018, last played at the Miami Open this year where she lost to World No. 1 Iga Swiatek in the round of 64. She has not signed up for Roland Garros.

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Giorgi won four singles titles on the WTA Tour and also made the quarterfinals of Wimbledon in 2018, her best result at a Major.

In case Giorgi decides to return to tennis, she will have to make herself available for out-of-competition dope testing for at least six months prior to the sanctioned event for her comeback.