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Updated December 26th, 2023 at 21:24 IST

Michael Schumacher's brother provides a devastating update about the recovery of 7-time F1 champion

Ralf Schumacher provides a devastating update on his brother Michael's condition, stating, "Life is unfair".

Prateek Arya
Michael Schumacher
Michael Schumacher | Image:AP
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Ralf Schumacher provides a devastating update on his brother Michael's condition, stating, "Life is unfair". Nearly ten years have passed since the seven-time Formula One world champion sustained severe head injuries in a skiing accident in Meribel, France. His family hasn't given many updates on his health. Before being sent back to Switzerland for additional care, he was placed into a medically induced coma for over three months.

3 things you need to know

  • Michael Schumacher's brother provides update about former F1 champion
  • Nearly a decade has passed since the unfortunate skiing accident that put Schumacher in a coma
  • The world of sports has never lost hope about Schumacher

Michael Schumacher's brother provides update about his brother

"I miss the Michael of the old days," he said, via the Daily Mail. “Life is unfair from time to time. Michael was very lucky throughout his life. But then there was this tragic accident.”

Schumacher continues to receive round-the-clock expert medical care, a notion his brother acknowledges: “Fortunately, advanced medical science provides many opportunities. However, nothing is like it used to be.”

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His wife Corinna has chosen to keep his continued recuperation a secret, but he is currently receiving care from his family at their Lausanne home. However, brother Ralf has now provided a unique perspective on his illness. Additionally, he has claimed that his 54-year-old brother will never fully recover from the tragedy, despite specialists later stating that the fact that the brother was wearing a crash helmet saved his life.

Documentary on Michael Schumacher

"Being Michael Schumacher" is a documentary series that is presently airing in Germany. It explores the life of the man who many believe to be the greatest Formula One driver of all time. Additionally, his younger sibling described the continuous effects his current circumstances were having on his family.

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Published December 26th, 2023 at 21:24 IST

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