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Marc Marquez has second surgery on broken arm, set to miss Czech GP

Six-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez seems set to miss this weekend's Czech Grand Prix at Brno after undergoing a second bout of surgery on his broken right arm on Monday. The Repsol Honda rider was forced to sit out the Andalusian Grand Prix last month after a violent crash in the closing stages of the season-opening Spanish GP left him with a fracture to his right humerus bone. Four days after undergoing a successful surgery in Barcelona, he returned to ride in free practice at the second Jerez race, managing 28 laps, but withdrew from the event after feeling a weakness develop in his elbow. Following intensive rehabilitation on his injury, it was revealed that the metal plate he had...
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