There's nothing much wrong with Andy's back. If there was he'd be resting it, especially given the huge tournaments that lie ahead this summer. He'll be fine for the French Open.
As an aside I'd like to see a statue of Federer erected in Leicester Square. He is a tennis god and should be honoured appropriately.
Are you AK400 in disguise by any chance?
Why on earth would the British want a statue of Federer in what I assume you mean Trafalgar Square? How many Brits anyway outside of tennis have ever heard of him let alone respect his achievements.
Come on guys lets all take a chill pill. Tennis players are very focused on their bodies to the point of hypochondria and Andy is no different. He has enough people with the right knowledge and experience to advise him and he would not ignore them and risk more harm. He said he was receiving treatment for the back. Can I take you back to the Aussie semi 4 hours no sign of a back problem. He beat Novak in another very long match in feb got to qtrs of two clay tournies and played tough matches. He has a niggle which is probably being agravated by the clay. Please let's not right off the whole year before the second slam has even been played.
And he won Brisbane and got to the final of Dubai as well as Miami. The first sign of any problem was in his match against Raonich in Barcelona when he clutched his back after stretching for a difficult return - and that's why it was generally assumed that that was when the injury occurred.