Just last week, we had Andre Agassi retiring from Professional Tennis after being eliminated in US Open at the age of 36. Not many professional players play to this age, Andre Agassi is one of them, Jimmy Connor is the other. He has won 8 Grand Slam and many of them was won during the last few years. He is also one of the 5 of the 5 players who have won all the four, US Open, Australia Open, Winbledon and French Open, a fantastic achievement. One of his best match that I enjoy most being his win at French Open which he and Steffi won the Men and Women title the same year. Agassi is also a player that has been a No.1 player in the last three decades. Surely, I am going to miss him.
Just a while ago, we also heard from Formula 1 post race interview that Michael Schumacher is retiring from Professional F1 racing by the end of this season. Announcement was made after Schumi won the Monza GP, his 90th win in 245 starts, a record that no one can beat at this moment and surely will be difficult for future drivers to beat in the future. Schumi will have three more races to go and extremely likely to win the Driver Championship and help Ferrari to win the Constructor Championship. What a way to finish his F1 career in style.
The next question is who is Schumi replacement ? From what Schumi has mentioned, I guess it is likely to be Kimi. With Alonso signed by Mc Laren, who else is more qualified to drive for Ferrari that Kimi. We should know that soon and that is possibly the reason why Kimi has been holding in his decision till this date.
Surely, I am going to miss Schumi.