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Robin Hull diagnosed with cervical dystonia

Postby Tamctus (Hull's tweet in Finnish)

In short, Hull got diagnosed with cervical dystonia in late 2017 after he suffered from tremor with his left hand and head. The condition makes one's neck muscles to contract involuntarily which obviously makes aiming and finding stance a tad difficult. Robin has since treated the condition with physiotherapy and botox injections.

Regardless, Robin is willing to play through the season and try his best - he still loves the game and especially matchplay. Any decisions regarding his future career will be made after the season.

Here's hoping he'll find some kind of a treatment that'll allow him to play at his best. The kind of results and performances we've seen from him this season are in no way a correct representation of his skills.