Ross Hutchins Tweets He’s In Remission From Cancer
by Tom Gainey | July 23rd, 2013, 9:58 am
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Wimbledon-born Ross Hutchins revealed via twitter yesterday that he’s in remission from cancer. The 28-year-old doubles star was first diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma last December at the end of the season. After months of chemotherapy he’s now on the road to recovery.

Hutchins had his best season on the doubles circuit last year before the illness. Teaming with countryman Colin Fleming, the duo won titles in Eastbourne and Delray Beach and finished runner-up at two other ATP events.


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3 Comments for Ross Hutchins Tweets He’s In Remission From Cancer

RZ Says:

Wonderful news! I hope he and Colin Fleming can pick up where they left off. They had been doing so well last year, ending the year as the #10 ranked doubles team (I think – they were the alternates in London after the Poles declined).


Brando Says:

Wonderful news! Best news in the tennis world for a while- atleast post 7/7/13!:-)


Tennis x hippy chic Says:

This is indeed fantastic news,i am delighted for the loverly Ross to come through what must have such a traumatic and difficult time,hope he continues to go from strength to strength,what an inspiration.

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