Re: The "Yay, a surface that's actually fast!" Summer HC Thread
No, it doesn't add up at all to any of us, because even if his shoulder is really bad, that would mean 1) he lied throughout the grass season saying it's finally pain-free and 2) as I said, I still don't buy how a shoulder injury could be too severe to travel on a private plane for a couple hours.
I would sure as hell hope he wouldn't pull out of WTT with a "severe injury" and then show up in Indy two days later, that would be horribly poor form and as much as I'd like to see him play Indy, not under these circumstances b/c it'd make him look like a liar. However if, as of yesterday, he hadn't given the tourney a definite no, that doesn't add up with him telling WTT no the same day. if he knew thursday that he couldn't play WTT surely he'd know he couldn't play a full tournament a couple days later.
I blame ken. And Andy. But mostly Ken.