Apologies from Henman as Retirement - Starts a Day Early; HOME SUPPORT: Lucy Henman and Olivia

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Apologies from Henman as Retirement - Starts a Day Early; HOME SUPPORT: Lucy Henman and Olivia


Byline: Malcolm Folley

TIM HENMAN last night said sorry to those who had paid [pounds sterling]40 to watch himat Wimbledon todaybut he declared he had retired from the moment he struck the shot thatmasterminded Britains return to the World Group of the Davis Cup yesterday.Thousands of ticket holders will be disappointed to be denied a final glimpseof Henman in actionbut with todays final two rubbers deemed dead after Henman and Jamie Murrayprovided Britain with an unassailable 3-0 lead over Croatia, the 33-year-oldEnglishman wants to be remembered for the way he played yesterday. Henman,revelling in the euphoria of a four-set triumph over Marin Cilic and LovroZovko before a fiercely partisan crowd, said: From a selfish point of view,going out and playing a dead rubber has no appeal. Hopefully, people canappreciate that. He promised to be at Wimbledon today, no matter what time hisretirement party ended. I expect to have a sore head, but Ill still be there,he said. The jobs done. Britain has won a place back in the World Group and Imunbelievably proud of the way I played. …

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