Yes, kind of.....here is the article from BBC tennis:
Lindsay Davenport has admitted she is seriously considering retirement because she does not want to become a "perennial quarter-finalist".
The former world number one won only one tournament last year and was beaten in the last eight of the Australian Open by Justine Henin-Hardenne.
"Definitely, I think about it more now than I ever have," said Davenport.
"The last two years I don't really feel like I've been that competitive in the top four or five." The 27-year-old won the 1998 US Open, 1999 Wimbledon and 2000 Australian Open titles but has endured a barren spell in Grand Slams since that Melbourne triumph.
Davenport has not won a Grand Slam since 2000
"I haven't had one of those really big wins in a Grand Slam situation and I've stopped winning as many titles as I used to," said Davenport.
"Definitely, it just gets a little bit more frustrating because for a few years, from 1997 until I had my knee surgery (in January 2002), I don't think I was out of the top three or four."
Davenport admitted that her Grand Slam drought, combined with a happy marriage, had made her consider her future plans.
"You know, as well as being married, not being as successful also weighs a little bit on that decision," said Davenport, who married investment banker Jon Leach in April 2003.
"But at the end of the day, every time I think about it, I still like to play and I still think at this stage of my life I would be a little bit lost without tennis.
"As soon as I feel like I've put absolutely everything into it, then I'll probably walk away. "I don't know when that will be but certainly last year, I thought about it an awful lot."
again she say's she's not 100% but I am pretty sure that this year will certainly be her last. I have begun to make plans about going to Eastbourne this year, instead of my usual Birmingham just to make a last go of supporting Lindsay. Perhaps we in the UK could make a go of that - try to arrange something?