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"But he doesn't have Tim Henman's popularity, and that bothers him, because they say he is always injured.But Rosmalen was an emotional occasion which delighted him because it was such a rare thing." Krajicek was brought to the country as a child by his Czech immigrant parents (he calls himself "Holland's first asylum seeker") and when they separated he sided with his mother and turned his back on the father, Petr.Rohan Goetske, the Australian who has been his coach for the past 11 years, said: "Richard was down and I had to push him but things weren't looking good so I had to be careful. It was the most difficult time I have known with him. I am unbelievably delighted because if someone had told me all this four weeks ago I would have laughed.Now he is in the second week of Wimbledon, he has nearly 72 hours off before the Philippoussis match and has to get fresh, get good legs because he is mentally strong. Now we are moving into uncharted territory." The elbow of his serving arm began giving Krajicek pain and problems two years ago and over the winter of 2000 he rested it for five months, opting for a trial return in a doubles event at the Indian Wells tournament in California's warmth in March last year."I have passed my first two exams, so I am pretty happy with that," he smiled."I just need another 30 now to become a lawyer, but it has kept my mind off things." Looking to the future, he has also signed up to take over as chief executive and tournament director of the Rotterdam indoor event in 2004. To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including personalized digital ads.Those advertisers use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on our sites and applications and across the Internet and your other apps and devices.
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Another joyful thing for Krajicek is that, after years of bitterness, father and son are now reconciled. Petr Krajicek read newspaper comments by Richard that he wanted to talk to his father again and decided to write to him.
But he could not bring himself to post the letter, so he travelled to Krajicek's luxury home in Muiderbeg, 12 miles from Amsterdam, intending to deliver it personally.
After suffering more pain he had a scan and was told an operation would be necessary.
This was carried out on 29 March at Arlington, Virginia, by Dr Robert Nirschl, an expert in repairing the sore elbows of baseball pitchers.