I'm sure we could make murraysworld the official site if we tried hard enough. We should all occupy somewhere.
Oh no! It would be subject to all sorts of rules and regulations. MW rules OK as it is!
He sounds quite happy. Not sure why I'm getting everything in Chinese though!
I know I posted this on the "injury" site in response to your video, but thought I'd put it here as well just for a bit of reassurance (whilst also keep fingers my crossed!)
I feel a bit more optimistic after listening to that interview. I once had the same thing - woke up one morning with pain in my left buttock. It got worse as the day wore on and it was about a week before it began to ease off; but, although painful, I was able to walk, albeit with difficulty, so I take comfort from the fact that Andy was able to do some light training. He'll have been having physio from the outset and these guys can do wonders to help the body heal. Remember how they saw Andy through the French Open after rolling over on his ankle?
I also think a lot of people are getting confused between sciatica
and gluteal strain
comes from pressure on the sciatic nerve which runs from the lower part of the spine and down either the right or left leg. It's most common cause is pressure on that nerve due to damage to the spine. Gluteal strain
is caused by injury to one of the three gluteal muscles which form our buttocks. The other difference is that pain from sciatica starts in the lower back, just below the waist, and travels down the leg, whilst pain from a gluteal strain is, well - just a pain in the bum. Also it's felt at the time of the injury, unlike sciatica which tends to build up over a longer period.