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Pedrosa to undergo more surgery

Dani Pedrosa will endure another surgical procedure to help fix a fragment of bone that was removed during his first collarbone operation.
Dani Pedrosa will go under the knife for the third time in as many months as doctors continue in their bid to help the rider with his rehabilitation from a collarbone injury.

The Spaniard first underwent surgery for the collarbone break in the wake of sustaining the injury in an accident during the French Grand Prix last month.

Now the Repsol Honda rider will undergo surgery once more to fix a fragment of bone that was removed during the first operation in an effort to speed up the healing process.

Pedrosa, who also underwent surgery to relieve pressure in his subclavian artery in April, has already missed two rounds of the 2011 MotoGP World Championship and admitted he is uncertain for the upcoming Assen TT.


Tagged as: Dani Pedrosa , Repsol Honda

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Don-R

June 16, 2011 3:13 PM

Gotta feel for the guy going under the knife so many times. It's bound to sap his resolve a little. God knows how he'd feel if he came back and it happened again. I should think he's completely sick and tired of the whole thing by now.



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