I felt so sad when I read that. He's a really lovely, caring young man who's fought bravely through so much.
oh that's sad but I guess he couldn't face slogging it out at challenger level and this at least frees Colin to find a permanent new partner. I'm sure he'll still be part of the tennis world in his role at Queens and as a comm. Good that he's emphasising he is well as naturally that was my first fear.
His health was my first thought too Ruthie, and I think you could be right about the reasons, especially given his age. I feel sorry for Colin too because he was so supportive when Ross was ill, and I remember him saying something like he would be waiting for him to return as they had unfinished business to attend to.
I don't think this was a sudden decision on Ross's part though and I'm sure Colin, and Andy, knew about well in advance, particularly as he might even have discussed it with them.
I thought when he took the role at Queens that he would retire soon.
I wondered as well if there was more to this than at first seemed. Whatever he does decide to do now, whether its tennis-related or not, I wish him every success in the future.