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Comments: Great year for Fed and Serena after everyone just about wrote them off. They both struggled in the early
rounds, but once they got over their hiccups they cruised to the finals. Serena and Fed let the world know that they were back. Fed
regained the number 1 ranking and Serena went on to have the grandest season of any champion, winning her 14th major, two gold
medals, a 15th major, and the year end championships. Quite the contrast from the beginning of the year where she lost in the
fourth round at the Aussie Open and the first round shocker at the French Open. Serena rebounded beautifully and showed people
why she has the heart of a champion! Fed graced the world also with his brilliance because his detractors said he could win a major
this year but never achieve the number 1 ranking! Novak and Nadal were supposed to rule this year, but Rafa went out early at
Wimbledon and did not return for the rest of the year, and Novak could not duplicate his fantastic 2011. Yet Fed played it brilliantly
and waited his turn to sneak up on them, and then beat Novak at Wimbledon to play Murray in a hotly-contested final! Fed came out
on top and beat Murray who captured the heart of a nation with his desire and heart to take Fed to task. Murray could not get it done
that day and Roger achieved his dream of winning Wimbledon for the seventh time, tying Pete Sampras for most Wimbledons in the
Open Era, regaining the number 1 ranking, and breaking Pete's record for consecutive weeks at number 1! Amazing from the
Maestro! 2012 was an amazing year for tennis. We'll just have to wait to see what 2013 has in store!
From: Anon, 12/12