Perhaps the event in Córdoba was a bit more emotional, also because of the video messages from his family and friends.
But David's farewell yesterday was a party, with lots of joking and laughter and general mayhem. And only at the very end of the event the moment came for a bit of wistfulness and melancholy, when for one last time, David addressed the crowd.
I guess he wanted it that way.
But - from the start.
As Rafa said before the match, "he makes the most difficult things in tennis look very easy."
And it was over.
The last match.
And David's career.
But then, probably also to keep that moment from getting too emotional or sad, matters suddenly took a different and rather unexpected turn.
In the form of the "medico", who appeared on court to have a look at him:
But from what I've been able to gather it must have been quite a spectacle, with Rafa and Nole imitating the Bryan twins and Nole throwing in an impersonation of Maria Sharapova.
But all good things must end, as they say. And so the moment came that David might have been dreading at least a little bit.
His last goodbye to the crowd.
Here's that particular moment and his speech:
On this "extremely important day" he thanked the people for their support that he "always felt and had". He thanked them for the "happiness" they gave him and for those "great moments", when they supported him, enjoyed his matches but also suffered with him. "For a tennis player the best thing that can happen is to feel the love of the people" - he got to feel it and for him that was "spectacular".
He thanked Pico, Rafa and Nole, "excellent players and excellent guys", for being there for his farewell and added that it's great to have the #1 and #2 in the world as guests in Argentina. For that he thanked Rafa and Nole again.
Then of course David thanked his family, his team and everyone, who was part of it over the years. But at the very end he gave special thanks to Diego Rodriguez, who was with him for "almost ten years, during the good times and the bad". And although it was his last match he said he hopes that it won't be the last he has seen of him.
And then David decided that it was enough, that he had said all he wanted to say.
But afterwards, there was one last press conference to get through.
"There's a bit of sadness now but you don't spend all your life as a tennis player. These are stages that come and go. Now it's happening to me, tomorrow it'll happen to somebody else."