Lina Krasnoroutskaia and Nadejda Petrova have missed virtually the entire season! :( What's going on with them? Why can't they heal? :confused: Do they have the finest Doctors? Is there an end in sight to their injuries? Or, are these career threatening injuries? Athletes as young and strong as Lina and Nadia should be quick healers, right? But unfortunately, these 2 girls recover from inuries about as fast as senior citizens do! :eek: And that's not good.
I hope they are back soon after Wimbledon! :) That would be great news! :bounce:
Jun 6th, 2002, 08:17 PM
Nadya's problem is that first they thougt her injury was in the shoulder, but then it appeared to be in different place and so on...
She told that next week she will get full gas in order to come back asap.
Jun 6th, 2002, 09:15 PM
some injuries take longer to heel than others.
obviously its serious so they have to be careful, but i hope they come back as good as they were.
Problem with ankle injuries get into the heads and you start to worry every time you turn your ankle might give way is the main worry.
Its more mental than phyisical if you come back too soon and it happens again.
Lina says she will be back soon. Not heard anything for some time now, ever since i told her to keep in mind about the injury rank situation.
Jun 7th, 2002, 12:17 PM
Eggy, what will Lina's ranking be now, after losing all those Roland Garros points? I almost hate to see your answer, it can't be good ... :eek:
At this point you have to wonder if Lina should have had surgery like Martina Hingis did, to repair the damaged ligaments. :sad:
As for naday, I wish she had seen a different doctor sooner -- it is such a shame. :sad:
Jun 7th, 2002, 11:29 PM
I think Lina will be about 250ish at this moment.
Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
Jun 9th, 2002, 01:44 PM
Jun 9th, 2002, 01:49 PM
6 months, isn't it?
Come back, ladies. Tennis is more fun with you two in it.
Lina could start back at Allentown, Eggy! Get her feet wet ...