Tennis Superstar Navratilova Walks Off Court It ended quietly for Martina Navratilova. She walked off the court at Wimbledon yesterday after losing her doubles match with just a brief wave. Navratilova is retiring after a remarkable tennis career that spanned more than 30 years. After winning more singles titles than any other player, man or woman, Navratilova says she's ready to spend more time at home. And she told us recently she's ready join AARP.
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Tennis Superstar Navratilova Walks Off Court

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Tennis Superstar Navratilova Walks Off Court

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It ended quietly for Martina Navratilova. She walked off the court at Wimbledon yesterday after losing her doubles match with just a brief wave. Navratilova is retiring after a remarkable tennis career that spanned more than 30 years. After winning more singles titles than any other player, man or woman, Navratilova says she's ready to spend more time at home. And she told us recently she's ready join AARP.

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It ended quietly for Martina Navratilova. She walked off the court at Wimbledon yesterday - after losing her doubles match - with just a brief wave. Navratilova is retiring after a remarkable tennis career that spanned more than 30 years. After winning more singles titles than any other player, man or woman, Navratilova says she's ready to spend more time at home. And she told us recently she's ready join AARP. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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