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RafaelNadalisGod 11-14-2012 04:40 AM

What Will YOU remember the 2012 Season for in 20 years?
 
Simple topic. Doesn't have to be twenty years. it can be any time in the not so near future. When you look back on 2012 what will you remember the most about?


Mine: Nadal winning the French.

Freak3yman84 11-14-2012 04:41 AM

Re: What Will YOU remember the 2012 Season for in 20 years?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by RafaelNadalisGod (Post 12558871)
Mine: Nadal winning the French.

:facepalm:


For me it's Warlocq being so generous.

BackhandDTL 11-14-2012 04:56 AM

Re: What Will YOU remember the 2012 Season for in 20 years?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by RafaelNadalisGod (Post 12558871)
Mine: Nadal winning the French.

We're all shocked.


Two things:

1. Andy Murray winning his first major.
2. Roddick's emphatic farewell.

I know. You're all shocked.

MinioNole 11-14-2012 04:59 AM

Re: What Will YOU remember the 2012 Season for in 20 years?
 
Andy Murray's slam title

Sri 11-14-2012 05:03 AM

Re: What Will YOU remember the 2012 Season for in 20 years?
 
Andy Murray's first slam.
Possibly Federer's last.
Federer's 300.
Possibly Nadal last slam if he remain injured.

156mphserve 11-14-2012 05:19 AM

Re: What Will YOU remember the 2012 Season for in 20 years?
 
Murray's first slam maybe.

Or Roddick retiring

Slade 11-14-2012 05:27 AM

Re: What Will YOU remember the 2012 Season for in 20 years?
 
Nalbandian rage kicking
Gonzo retiring

bry17may 11-14-2012 05:29 AM

Re: What Will YOU remember the 2012 Season for in 20 years?
 
Wimbledon 2012

-Roger won his 17th slam
-Break the record of weeks as No. 1
-Rosol vs Nadal R2

Pratik 11-14-2012 05:34 AM

Re: What Will YOU remember the 2012 Season for in 20 years?
 
Murray's first slam
Roger's 300 weeks
4 different slam winners
The birth of Jerzy Janowicz :p
Blue Clay

GSMnadal 11-14-2012 05:44 AM

Re: What Will YOU remember the 2012 Season for in 20 years?
 
I bet a million pounds none of you will remember that 2012 was the year of blue clay and jerzy janowicz' run in twenty years.

Anyway, Murray annihilating Olderer at the Olympics will be my pick, easy to remember :drool:

uxyzapenje 11-14-2012 06:20 AM

Re: What Will YOU remember the 2012 Season for in 20 years?
 
Matchpointovic, Janko's 3rd set vs Ferrer and his year-long stay in the top10, Rosol, Olderer's return to #1 to break the record, the wind, Novak not winning the Olympic gold (and Annie winning it) and the year where many good players retired (Gonzo, Ljubo, Roddick, Ferrero...). Maybe I'll remember Thugbandian's outburst.

BroTree123 11-14-2012 06:23 AM

Re: What Will YOU remember the 2012 Season for in 20 years?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Slade (Post 12558911)
Nalbandian rage kicking
Gonzo retiring

Quote:

Originally Posted by uxyzapenje (Post 12558944)
Matchpointovic, Janko's 3rd set vs Ferrer and his year-long stay in the top10, Rosol, Olderer's return to #1 to break the record, the wind, Novak not winning the Olympic gold (and Annie winning it) and the year where many good players retired (Gonzo, Ljubo, Roddick, Ferrero...). Maybe I'll remember Thugbandian's outburst.


Above all else, definitely this. It really was a Kodak moment.

manadrainer 11-14-2012 06:26 AM

Fed unmasking the "Spartan era clownery" by winning wimbledon for a seventh time and getting back his #1 ranking at 31 to break the record and reach 300 weeks. :devil:

Litotes 11-14-2012 06:31 AM

Re: What Will YOU remember the 2012 Season for in 20 years?
 
If I'm still alive I hope to remember lots of things. I remember more things about the 1992 season that I care to list here.

uxyzapenje 11-14-2012 06:34 AM

Re: What Will YOU remember the 2012 Season for in 20 years?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by manadrainer (Post 12558948)
Fed unmasking the "Spartan era clownery" by winning wimbledon for a seventh time and getting back his #1 ranking at 31 to break the record and reach 300 weeks. :devil:

Spartan era clownery still stands IMO.

But for real, you guys need to realise that Fed's return to #1 was mostly due to his great results at the end of last year and Wimbledon. If you look at this year only, Fed was really anywhere near the best player in the world 'only' in 2 tournaments - Wimbledon and Cincy.... And even in W he was poor until the SF.


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