Yes.. I feel bad for him too. Although I'm also not a fan, I respect the fact he is an athlete who has also worked hard at his craft. It's frustrating when you have no control over your health, even when you work so hard.
I know from personal experience... this year I've had several health issues due to no fault of my own. The worse thing was an attack of shingles in my right ear. Long story short it has caused disfigurement in my facial features, affected my balance, speech, hearing, confidence. I haven't been able to work since March. Anyway... blah blah blah...
I've been a supporter of Andy since the very beginning, but as I've always worked full-time this is the first time I've been able to watch all his matches and 'talk' to other like-minded people. I had no idea there was this other world out there!!
It's been a difficult year but I'm getting there.... Every cloud has a silver lining
This forum has helped me immensely... thank you to all contributors.
Very sorry to hear it, Scot. In one hand, it feels we have advanced so much but on the other, it doesn't seem that way. Perhaps only technologically we've made the most so far. Anyway, I hope you feel better and all your problems go away.
Feel sorry for Sod too. Not a fan but like jamabritt, appreciate his effort so far and I think he's very good for the sport. Quite ironic that it's apparently only Federer who was able to play sublime tennis even with mono. Ancic had to retire after he got affected by mono and it seems it took the most out of him.