Here's an article I found at eurosport that might help cheer you up, MQ!
Agassi still the boss
Amongst the chants of 'Let's go Andre let's go' at the Masters Cup in Houston last week, the Ken Rosewall of the modern game known as Double-A continued to teach the whippersnappers a lesson. Roger Federer ultimately ruined the script but for Andre Agassi the chances of further glory remain, writes James Buddell.
Few would have backed the Las Vegan to win, but in his 13th season-ending championship the 33-year-old returned from a two-month sabbatical fresh and inspired.
Wimbledon champion Federer proved the rightful winner becoming only the fourth player to sweep through the elite-eight showdown, but the appeal of Agassi's game oozing class and consistency remained in his fourth final.
The eight-time Grand Slam champion left Juan Carlos Ferrero earlier in the week low on confidence; David Nalbandian's normally potent double-handed backhand reduced to club standard; and Rainer Schuettler thinking his Canada Masters win in August was a fluke.
World number one Andy Roddick may be rightly worried of Federer's outrageous talent, but if he believes a first Australian Open title is a two-horse race, he'll have to think again.
This season Agassi continued to cut down his schedule on the account of having another mouth to feed. Wife Steffi Graf gave birth to a girl, Jaz Elle on 6th October.
A 13-tournament season has seen Agassi add four titles to his career haul, including an historic fourth Australian Open crown in a 57-match year.
And while his bones may be starting to creak and a days rest-bite is welcomed with open arms, Agassi realises the prospect of remaining in the top ten for a 15th time means he'll have to perform at the start of the year.
Agassi is renowned for his early form and quick starts.
So while his wife may want him to be indoors on Christmas Day don't be surprised if the tour-veteran has slipped out through a bedroom window and out onto the sand dunes behind his Las Vegas ranch.
2004 beckons, more records are there to be broken.