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Marquez's Czech GP participation in doubt following further surgery

Marc Marquez is set to miss this weekend’s MotoGP Czech grand prix at Brno after undergoing further surgery to the broken arm he suffered in the Spanish GP. The world champion underwent emergency surgery a fortnight ago following a massive high-side while chasing Maverick Vinales for second in the Spanish GP, and was forced to pull out of the Andalucian GP as the broken humerus inflicted in the crash prevented him from completing a racer distance. Marquez was expected to be fit enough to contest the Czech GP, but has since run into problems with the titanium plate that was installed into his arm to aid the healing process. The plate “over-stressed” according to MotoGP doctor Xavier...
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