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MotoGP, BREAKING NEWS - No surgery for Enea Bastianini's fractured scapula

After a consultation with doctors, they averted the possibility of surgery. The Ducati rider will soon begin rehab in order to get back on his bike in Texas.

MotoGP: BREAKING NEWS - No surgery for Enea Bastianini's fractured scapula

Enea Bastianini won’t have to have surgery for his right scapula, which he fractured in Portimão after being hit by Marini’s Ducati. The official team rider was visited in Modena this morning by Dr. Porcellini and Dr. Catani, who assessed the condition of the bone. Since the fracture was partial, the doctors prefer not to intervene surgically.

Enea will start rehab as soon as possible, in order to get quickly back to racing. As Ducati has already communicated, he won’t be in Argentina and won’t be replaced, but they hope to see him again in the garage for the Grand Prix of the Americas scheduled in Texas from April 14th to 16th.

Translated by Leila Myftija

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