Entertainment Tom Brady: His father almost died of Corona

16:05  27 january  2021
16:05  27 january  2021 Source:   gala.de

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Professionally, Tom Brady is enjoying great success, and privately he is also happy with his wife Gisele Bündchen and their kids. But last year fate almost snatched his father away from him.

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On February 7th, Tom Brady, 43, will be playing at the Super Bowl once again with his Tampa Bay Buccaneers. There are difficult months behind the husband of Gisele Bündchen , 40. Because last year his father Tom Brady Senior almost died. His mother Galynn also struggled with serious health problems. Both were sick with the corona virus.

Tom Brady had to fear for the life of his parents

In an interview with " ESPN ", Tom Brady's father explains how proud he is of his son that he was able to play such a brilliant season despite his private worries and fears. Because there had been a lot of worries and fears for the 43-year-old last year. "When the NFL season started, I was in hospital with Covid for almost three weeks, and my wife also caught it at the same time. We didn't even see the first two games of the year," reports the 76-year-old. He remembers that they were "dog miserable" back then.

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Not an easy situation for Tom Brady either, after all he had to give everything on the football field back then. "We communicated every day on the way to his training session and back. He was very worried," remembers Tom Brady's father.

Tom Brady Sr. was hospitalized

While his wife did not need hospitalization, Tom Brady Sr.'s condition appeared to be so dire that he needed professional help. "It was a matter of life and death," he explains. His wife is considered a risk patient because she survived breast cancer in 2017. That Corona didn't hit them so badly was a real relief for everyone involved. "We fought our way through," says Brady Senior in an interview.

Brady Senior and his wife are now well again, they are healthy and happy to have survived the dramatic illness.

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