PseudoFed: My review of the year:
The Mayan calendar says that there will be no other years after 2012. I can confirm that this is not true because in the shops My staff have seen pocket calendars for 2013. The Mayans prediction was based on the belief that I would be retiring in this year so, obviously, it would feel like the end of the world. I can confirm I am not quite making the retirements so you may all breath holding a sign of relief.
Let’s make some reflections whilst looking backwards.
The year began with January. Not much happened in this month. Usually there is the Australian Open. I love this tournament very much and I like My friends down under, especially Crocodile Dundee and Jim Robinson. But this year the tournament was cancelled on Thursday 26th January which was the big shames. However, I know My Australian fans can’t wait to see Me early in 2013. The season restarted soon afterwards with Me winning some titles on My quest to be the number one seedling.
One of My biggest rivalries retired this year too. Rafaello Nadal. He is from Spain. It was a big sadness to see him go and I only allowed Myself to smile for ten minutes, maybe eleven. We had many matches together and no matter what the statistics say, it was closer than you remember. I hate clay anyway. Andrew Rodrickson also retired this year. We miss you A+ Rod.
I don’t want to Talk about St. David’s Cup. Sufficient to say Stanford could and should have done better. I don’t understand him sometimes. Talking of which, this was also the year that Tommy Haas made injury time outs illegal and Gilles Simon said all female nurses should be banned. Strange, I think they do a great job.
A big highlight for Me this year was choosing to win Wimbledon and also seeing one of My favorite journos, Mr. Harmans of The Times, wearing white trousers. Few people can carry this off with style, he is one, I am the other. It is the big shame David Coulthard from the Formula One circuit has not been advised accordingly.
After Wimbledon this year (2012) we also had a practise for the Olympics in Rio 2016. Obviously there was no point in making the big stretches and risk the injuries just for this so I chose not to win it. Anyway, I was going to make the focus in The Big Apples, New York (America). But I don’t want to talk about this either.
Then Shanghai. This shows that sometimes, even when you are the best in the world the Gods are not on your side. We had a big typhoon tornado and the match had to be abandoned. I had never seen spots of rain that big. Somebody had to win for the sake of the fans and I withdrew, it just wasn’t worth it.
As I sit here, sipping one of My favorite beverages, looking out from My balcony across the ocean of one of My homes whilst I reflect, I ponder that I was number one but now I am not. A staff member just said, “There’s always tomorrow.” I said, “Oh really?”http://www.thetennisspace.com/pseudofed-my-review-of-the-year/