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Dovizioso will make start of MotoGP season after successful surgery

Andrea Dovizioso will line up on the grid for the 2020 MotoGP season-opener at Jerez after undergoing successful surgery on a left collarbone break on Sunday. The Ducati rider was taking part in the Emilia Romagna regional motocross championship event on Sunday in Faenza in Italy when he crashed heavily onto his left side. Dovizioso was taken to a local hospital to undergo checks on his left shoulder, which revealed a collarbone break. He subsequently underwent an operation to correct the shoulder on Sunday night in Modena. Ducati has since confirmed the operation was a success and Dovizioso will begin rehabilitation immediately, with his participation in the first race of the delayed 2020...
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