^ You certainly are, EJ. He's only playing 12 more tournaments anyway, and more performances like those in Rotterdam he doesn't need.
Also I see nothing wrong with Robbie backing Harrison. Ryan's only 20, so plenty of time for improvement, provided the US don't start piling pressure on him as their next tennis saviour.
But this is just for this season (2013 only) and not ultimately covering the whole the career of a player? In that sense, Federer right now is more consistent than Harrison and he's likely to win more matches playing fewer tournaments than Harrison.
In any case, I am not highly serious about this. I am more than happy to come last in points. It is in fact ill designed. A win-win.