What he said:
"You know, if you count up all the months I’ve missed due to injuries or surgeries that I’ve had, I’m probably 29 years old really."
Tommy Haas is not that old—according to him. The German was responding to the question that he’s perhaps better because of the time he spent off court in his prime.
What he really meant:
“I really think I can do a minor Agassi star turn here.”
What he definitely didn’t:
“I can get the mirror to lie to me—daily. Some days, better than others.”
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