“Alex Rins came to visit me on Wednesday morning before travelling to Germany to evaluate the shape of his wrist, we carried out some tests and it seems that the fracture is doing fine, but it’s not healed yet. It hasn’t moved and is settling down. Alex wants to try to ride, but maybe he will need some painkillers and physiotherapy during these days,” said Dr Mir.
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