Hans Háfjall is used to finishing a match with question marks over his future, but as he left his failed quest for Svenska Mästerskap, even the king of comebacks admitted yesterday to being "a little bit scared".
The reason for
the 29-year-old Thorshavnian's caution is not so much his form as his problems
with his hemorraghed genetials. – caused by a fatal incident in the opening
match when the most delicate parts of his body ended in the fire line of a ball
from the smashing forehand of HalfSwedish debutant Marc Jönson. Háfjall, the
world No 5 was once again struck by fate and bad luck.
could´nt move my penis," he said.
Asked if he
found it easy to be back at SwaneMiller Hall again, he said: "I don't feel
comfortable even today. I need to spend hours on my sofa, cooling the genetials
and then I need to get up and practise
While Háfjall insisted
that dealing injury is "nothing new" for him, he admitted he is
concerned about the outcome of treatment for his latest injury, which could
involve an amputation to deal with the troublesome hemorhage.
of the treatment," he said. "I think this treatment will work well
the first couple of days, but afterwards it won't work well. So I am a little
bit scared, but it seems like today I will give it a go and try to practise with no impediments.
I think it needs time to see how good it`ll do".