Like everyone else, I found this incredibly moving too. Apart from Andy's support, how typical of Ross to not quite be able to get his head around all the support he has received from so many people. Ross, like Andy, comes across as a decent, lovely man, and I am so glad that he can feel how much people are behind him. I hope it helps him in the days and weeks ahead, some of which will undoubtedly be tough.
In many ways it doesn't surprise me to learn that Andy has tried to find out as much as he can about what is happening with Ross. I think it will help in two ways. Firstly, and most important, it will help Andy be as supportive as possible to Ross. Secondly, I tend to think that if you can understand something better you feel that bit more in control. I'm sure it doesn't take the worry away, unfortunately nothing does that, but I do think finding out, researching, gives you a sense that you are doing something to help that is practical.
It's fantastic, and so positive that Ross is also talking about coming back to the game and good that Colin is being supportive.
If Ross is given the all clear around Wimbledon time, and then Andy goes on to win, it will be fabulous. I'd certainly raise a glass, or three, to that. In the meantime I really do wish Ross all the very best.