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The emotional Russian addressed the crowd following her 6-4 6-2 defeat to Francesca Schiavone, and, with her fellow players looking on, called time on a successful career that began 12 years ago.
The popular 29-year-old had her best season on the tour in 2004, when she reached the final at both the French and US Opens, however a Grand Slam title continued to elude her.
But Dementieva - who once reached number three in the rankings - arguably enjoyed her finest moment away from the tour when she clinched Olympic gold in Beijing in 2008.
"I would to thank all the players for an amazing experience and some wonderful memories," she said. "It's very emotional.
"I would like to thank all the people round the world that have supported me throughout my career and especially my fan club, you were always there for me.
"No matter winning or losing, I could always feel your support so thank you for your devotion. It's emotional saying goodbye to all of you. I will miss you."
Compatriot Vera Zvonareva took the microphone to thank Dementieva for her contribution to the sport.
"I think I just wanted to say thank you, Russia is proud of you, proud to have you," she said.
"What you've done for tennis in Russia, you've been a great inspiration, a role model for all the young kids for the past 10 years.
"You've done so much not only for Russian tennis, but for Russian sport."
Dementieva gave everything in her final group match against the current French Open champion, but a second break of serve in the 10th game handed Schiavone the first.
The Italian then raced into a 5-1 lead in the second set and although the Russian got a break back to keep her slim hopes alive, a dreadful service game typical of one that punctuated her career gifted her opponent the match.
Victory for Schiavone was merely consolation after defeats in her first two matches.
Moments after bidding farewell to Dementieva, Zvonareva was back on court to face three-time US Open champion Kim Clijsters.
And the Russian, who was beaten by Clijsters in this year's final at Flushing Meadows, recorded a 6-4 7-5 victory to ensure that she will end the year ranked second in the world.
Zvonareva also became the only player to progress from the round robin stage unbeaten as she produced a powerful performance to top the White Group.
However, her reward is a semi-final meeting with world number one Caroline Wozniacki, who finished second in the Maroon Group.
Clijsters will go on to face French Open finalist Samantha Stosur for a place in the final.
In the final match on Friday evening, Victoria Azarenka salvaged some pride by seeing off a struggling Jelena Jankovic 6-4 6-1 to grab a consolation win.
Both players had already seen their hopes of a spot of a place in the semi-finals slip away but Azarenka made sure that she did not leave Doha having lost every match.
Very very sad indeed. She has been a credit to herself; her country and the sport of tennis throught the world. She and her like will be sorely missed and we wish her all the best of things in her future life. We will miss you greatly.
Posted 08:58 31st October 2010
very sad moment in tennis shes such a great champion and person and the wta will not be the same great to see others on court with her at the end in doha ( not like football is it) tennis is the real persons game people not enough people in this country pay attention
Posted 10:37 30th October 2010
Elena was a class act. She will be sorely missed!
Posted 03:39 30th October 2010
What a shock! Tennis is losing one of its classiest,most stylish players.She will be sorely missed on the WTA tour! But I can kind of underestand why I think she did it.She's been suffering from more and more injuries lately and probably thinks that she's got as far now as she's ever going to get before injuries force her to give up anyway.Apparently she has a steady boyfriend so no doubt she's thinking of marrying,settling down and having a couple of kids before it gets too late for her (she's 29 remember).She's given her all to the game and has graced the tennis scene for the last ten years.Now it's time to do something else with her life. Farewell and good luck Elena...no-one who loves women's tennis will forget you!
Posted 23:01 29th October 2010
I would like to thank Elena for her excellent play over the last 12 years and her pleasant manner throughout . I have been watching tennis since 1970 and since she came on the scene she has won many hard -fought matches was always well-groomed and represented her country well.. So thanks for all the entertainment and Good Luck in the future Elena. Barbara
Posted 18:42 29th October 2010
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