One year ago a chaotic but exciting week at the Queen's Club ended with a momentous final...
It was a unique and truly memorable match. For all the wrong reasons.
Commemorating its anniversary, this week we've had the expectable range of tweets and posts and
more or less accurate accounts of what happened in various articles, ranging from David having been "disqualified for kicking an advertising board into the shins of a line-judge" or "defaulted for violent conduct" to "disqualified during the final for kicking a line-judge" and even "defaulted after smashing his racquet into an advertising board". But still, what was a scandal at first has by now become an anecdote.
And then there's another anniversary today...
Five years of Vamos David. Five years of trying to keep an up-to-date site about, to quote some of my fellow tennis bloggers, "not the easiest of subjects". And he most certainly isn't.
It's probably the last anniversary we'll have of this kind. The end is drawing near, of David's career and therefore also of this blog. But until then I'll keep Vamos David going, like I always said I would.