Thanks for the link, great interview!
If anyone is interested, JJ's father says Jerzy is healthy now and they have high hopes for Wimbledon.
Right now JJ practices in his hometown, they don't have any artificial grass courts there but they try to find fastest courts possible.
He also adresses the fact that youngsters on ATP are not consistent enough yet - JJ, Nishikori or Tomic can win with best but also lose to unknown players. The team is working on this but in the longer perspective - it means they expect Jerzy to be in Top10 in two years, mostly thanks to his unbelievable force and unconventional shot selection.
They're also finalising next year's exhibition match between JJ and Federer in Poland and they hope to set a new attendance record for a tennis match