Make sense to x for: Qual utilizar

Hi guys! I was wondering about something and this sentence came out of my head:

... All this doesn't make any sense to me.
But I wasn't sure wich one is the correct:

That doesn't make any sense to me or that doesn't make any sense for me?
So, I realized that if we use an infinitive to end the sentence we use for i.e That is hard for me to understand., and if we end the sentence with a pronoun for example we use to i.e That is hard to me.

I'd like to know if my point of view is right or not and I need more examples of it.

Thanks!
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Avatar do usuário Ricardo F. Bernardi 9120 15 167
ROSANGELA,

First of all, I believe you should read this.

The correct phrase is "to make sense to someone".

Nevertheless, I somewhat agree to you.

I recommend these posts:
(1) The difference between FOR and TO
(2) FOR ME X TO ME
(3) FOR MYSELF X TO MYSELF

I hope the instructions make sense to you :)
Enjoy your studies!

REFERENCE: Pearson Education. Longman Dictionary. 2nd ed. 2009.