He really doesn't have any luck ,does he?
Such a bad news, for a player with such a huge heart and love for the game. I'd be the happiest man on Earth if someone can tell me we'll be watching healthy Tommy Haas in these last few years remaining.
Fingers are crossed for his recovery!!!
I still can't believe it...
Wow, swine flu - that is scary. Thanks, Lugburz, for the news. I hope TH is right and that he does recover quickly. I am sure the tour wouldn't have wanted him to take a chance on giving it to anyone else, either.
another update: Tommy may still play in Paris, after letting us know he didn't have swine flu as the press reported
Now, he's practicing for Paris and will take his chances there hopefully.
Though those reports were true partly, as he had so called new virus -H1N1.
Glad he's ok now and ready for new challenges! Auf Geht's!
Yeah, I also saw him on TV today (he was in Munich I think). Looked fine. I'm a little surprised, though, that he will play Paris after all. He shouldn't exert himself too much just yet. On the other hand, as a fan it's of course great to hear that he doesn't want the year to end like that.
I'd say the same thing about not playing Paris. But after all it's Tommy who knows it the best. With those circumstances he turns out to be pretty careful when it's coming to playing tours. He's the one who retired to Gonzo due to blister injury
"Haas put on a show for the energetic crowd, winning all three of his sets. In men’s singles, Haas jumped to a 4-1 lead over Roddick before finally closing out the match with a 5-2 win. Haas teamed with Serena Williams, who served an ace on set point to edge Louisiana native Chanda Rubin and Roddick 5-4 in mixed doubles. Haas completed the trifecta, teaming with Jan-Michael Gambill for a 5-2 men’s doubles victory over Roddick and 2009 NCAA Singles Champion Devin Britton."