Michael Schumacher’s health condition since his horrific ski accident has been concealed from the public eye so as to not attract too much public attention to Schumacher’s condition and his road to recovery.
Schumacher’s family had decided that they wanted complete privacy during this difficult period and hoped that the fans would understand.
Updates have been rare about Schumacher’s condition and his whereabouts, but every now and then a few sources closes to Michael do dish out a few statement about his medical condition.
Schumacher is presently in his luxury house in Switzerland and is being looked after by doctors 24*7.
Michael’s wife, Corinna has been a pillar of support in these difficult times and has now penned down a letter about her husband’s condition and how he has fought his way through in the last 5 years.
The letter was addressed to German composer Sascha Hercenbach, who came up with a track for Michael, titled ‘Born to fight’.
Corinna replied back to Sascha confirming that Michael is still fighting hard and will not give up, and that the hymn will help the family get through this difficult time.
“I would like to sincerely thank you for your message and nice gift that will help us through this difficult time.
“It is good to receive so many kind wishes and other well-intentioned words – which is a great support for our family.
“We all know Michael is a fighter and will not give up.” her reply read.
The hymn was composed by Sascha a year after Schumacher’s accident.
Sascha revealed Corinna’s reply in an interview with a German Magazine, Bunte.
“I had not expected to get an answer and was overwhelmed,” he revealed
“The letter was handwritten and signed by Corinna on her stationery.
“She wrote that she was very thankful for the gift and helped her and her family over this difficult time.” he added.
There have been multiple speculations about Schumacher’s health and well being ever since his accident, but this rare letter from Corinna gives fans and all his well wishers some hope.
Hopefully, the fighter that we have seen on track can get back on his feet someday.
— Daily Mirror (@DailyMirror) November 13, 2018
Am 12. November 1994 wird Michael zum ersten Mal @f1 Weltmeister. #TeamMichael #KeepFighting – On November 12, 1994, Michael wins the @f1 world title for the first time. His car from then can be seen in the Michael Schumacher Private Collection. https://t.co/Jss5kyfSDf pic.twitter.com/9gmXKnGgOW
— Michael Schumacher (@schumacher) November 12, 2018
Michael Schumacher's wife praises him as 'a fighter' who 'will not give up' in rare letter about his skiing accident https://t.co/83RF9BSP53
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) November 13, 2018
Michael Schumacher’s wife Corinna give rare update on star's health https://t.co/YhxPqNlKAB
— The Sun (@TheSun) November 12, 2018
#OnThisDay in 1994, Michael #Schumacher won his 1st #F1 world championship after colliding with Damon #Hill at the #AustralianGP in #Adelaide#Formula1 #Benetton #Ford #MSC #KeepFightingMichael@F1 @schumacher @benetton @FordPerformance @Adelaide_GP @1990sF1 pic.twitter.com/kgEnEVHCaL
— Tobi Ebner (@Tobi_Ebner_90) November 13, 2018
— Ibex News 24 (@ibexnews24) November 13, 2018