Theres nothing sadder than watching a champion in decline, especially whe he doesnt know when to let go. These guys spring to mind immediately. Any others that should be added to the list?
Matthew Hayden- this is like watching a train wreck in slow motion. Abysmal last twelve months. This guy is obviously putting his ego before the team. Surely its time to ask himself the Q is my presence benefitting or hindering the team? He may not be of Haydens calibre in his prime but surely someone like Chris Rogers couldnt do a worse job than Hyden is doing now
Lleyton Hewitt- C'MON! retire you sad little boy, currently sitting at No 67 in the world and sliding fast. A poor indictment on Aussie tennis when this guy is our number 1 player
John Daly- My God after his effort in Australia, what more needs to be said?
On the flip side kudos go to Michael Schumacher, saw the writing on the wall and bowed out a champion driver, any others that pullled out at the right time. Probably important that they left of their own volition rather than being given the tap on the shoulder and having it "suggested" to them they retire, rather than be publicly sacked