More of a paraphrase than a quote, but someone interviewed him a few days ago: http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/11/15/3098780/at-the-net-is-robin-soderling.html http://www.eurosport.se/tennis/soderling-blir-det-inte-comeback-under-2013-da-vet-jag-inte-vad_sto3491310/story.shtml You have not yet taken a final decision about your career? - No. However, I feel that as time goes on, I have to know the uncertainty is not so funny. Will not it be a comeback in 2013 ... then I do not know what. Then I aim for me on veteran Tour. Then I feel it will be tough to come back. Soderling say it with a smile. During the absence, he has learned not to take anything for granted. - The most frustrated with is myself. I do everything I can to get back. Do you feel stressed? - Well, in the beginning when they rested three days, people thought it was great. Now I released it. However, frustration and powerlessness, it is really annoying. Who have you spoken to? - I've talked a bit with a sports psychologist. The situation has been frustrating but not crazy hard. I can only accept it. It does not happen in a day but over time I have learned. *And* "The final decision on my career has yet to peak," he said. "If I get back in 2013, then I do not know ... I guess I just stayed veteran circuit. Already would probably be too heavy to get back. "I'm frustrated because I'm doing what I can. If you would have asked me before two-three weeks ago, I would have been really positive. Could I play basically every day, but then I catch cold. Sometimes I go full half an hour, the next day it's too much. Hard to deal with it. Impotency is upsetting. I also consulted with sports psychologists, situation is irritating, but not to drive you crazy. Gradually, I realized that I only accept state. Nothing is certain."