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Marc Márquez will undergo a key review at the end of August

The Honda rider underwent surgery on June 2 for the fourth time to try to fix the injury he suffered in 2020, during the Spanish Grand Prix held in Jerez. The Spaniard had been suffering from problems in his right arm and shoulder for two years, which prevented him from driving normally.

After consulting with specialist doctor Joaquín Sánchez Sotelo in the United States, Marc Márquez underwent the operation at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester (Minnesota) , where a 30% rotation of the arm bone was rectified.

In mid-July, six weeks after the intervention, the doctors carried out a first check-up that produced a positive result, so Marc was able to increase the level and intensity of his rehabilitation, an intensity that increased again at the beginning of August, when Marc has already uploaded photos recovering with a load on his injured arm.

The next appointment with the doctors to determine the evolution will be at the end of August, as Alex Márquez confirmed this Saturday at Silverstone to the DAZN microphones.

“I don’t know when he’ll be back, when he feels ready to come back, not before,” Alex said when asked for a date for Marc’s return to the Honda handlebars.

“He has a review at the end of August to see how everything is and that will mark the times a bit. Afterwards there is muscular work, to see that the shoulder is fine, that is where he has to work more and where he must feel if he is prepared, ”advanced the LCR pilot.

 

Although there are not a few who have pointed to the Misano tests on September 6 and 7, as an ideal date for Marc’s reappearance, with the information that is being handled and Marc’s need to start working with greater intensity from review at the end of August, it is difficult to think that the rider from Cervera can get on a MotoGP bike so soon.

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