Rossi leaves hospital after successful surgery and a good night’s sleep
Valentino Rossi has Saturday the hospital, leaving after it a day earlier successful surgery on two fractures in his right leg. The Italian motorcycle racer was, according to his doctors, recovered sufficiently to return home.
The 38-year-old Rossi broke Thursday his calf – and shin bone in an accident on a dirt bike and suffered that same night a surgery in the hospital of Ancona.
Saturday morning had the negenvoudig world champion enough rest had to be there discharged, and his rehabilitation at home to continue. “I have a good night with lots of sleep and felt this morning with us,” says Rossi on the website of the MotoGP.
“The figure came to tell me that I have the green light have to again to go home, where I still can get better rest. I will direct my further rehabilitation start and then we do notice how my body reacts to it.”
Rossi hopes to be back on his Yamaha. The current number four in the world cup-stand can be a tenth title, with six of the eighteen races to go, forget it.
‘The Doctor’, which is close to his hometown of Tavullia against the asphalt smakte, ran at the end of may in a crash already slight kidney and liver damage. When he missed not a single Grand Prix.
Rossi successful surgery on a broken calf and shin