Dr Ralph Rogers, Consultant of Regenerative Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, had the pleasure of featuring in a recent article by Sky Sports, lending his professional opinion to the injury and recovery process for Britain’s young no.1 tennis prospect, Emma Raducanu.
After announcing she had undergone minor surgery on both hands and her ankle, a further setback amidst her rocketing career into the British Tennis spotlight at only twenty years of age.
Dr Ralph Rogers, former Chelsea FC team doctor and current medical adviser to the NBA, had this to say;
Dr Rogers is well aware of the mounting pressure for Emma Raducanu to return quickly to the world of professional sports, however with her withdrawal from the Madrid Open and this week being ruled out of the French Open and Wimbledon. It’s clear this time should be about limiting the prospect of further injury down the line.
Due to the myriad injury-based issues Raducanu has faced, Dr Ralph Rogers projects a “staged approach” to her rehabilitation.
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