"It will never be like it was before". News about Michael Schumacher's condition
The brother of seven-time Formula 1 champion Michael Schumacher, Ralf, has admitted that "things are not the same as before" since the legendary racing driver was seriously injured in an accident in the French Alps. Schumacher hasn't been seen in public since the tragedy that happened 10 years ago while skiing.
Over the course of two years, doctors performed several surgeries on Michael, putting him in an induced coma, in which he spent almost six months.
"I miss my Michael from that time. Life is sometimes unfair. Michael was often lucky in life, but then this tragic accident happened. Thank God, we were able to do a lot thanks to modern medical capabilities, but it will never be like it used to be," the Daily Express quoted Ralf as saying, citing Bild.
Ralph, 48, admitted that his brother's accident was a "very bad and difficult experience" for him.
"Michael was not only my brother. When we were kids, he was also my coach and mentor. He taught me literally everything about karting. Even though there was a seven-year age difference, he was always by my side," he said. former Formula 1 driver.
Earlier, it became known how Michael communicates with the outside world.
During the premiere of the Netflix movie Schumacher, the pilot's wife Corinna admitted that she, her children, his family, his father, and everyone around her miss the Michael who was before the injury.