Sports Injury List

Tiger to make The Masters & PSL swinging to the end

What Wood the Masters be without Tiger?

As has been predicted, Tiger Woods will be in the Masters after international attention was placed on the likelihood of the former World Number One participating in the competition. Dr Zac van Heerden looked at how Tiger would fare and if the pressure would get to him at all since the world does expect some Tiger magic at the Masters.

A lot of injuries reported in the SA super rugby sides, Dr Van Heerden looked at the factors that may have made the situation as bad as it is. The EPL is also seeing the the same as many of the players including starts like Diego Costa of Chelsea and Man City's Yaya Toure. In Europe Leo Messi is still suffering from a foot injury and Bayern's Robben is also on the side lines.

The PSL is nearing the end and both Kaizer Chiefs and Sundowns have been knocked out of the CAF competition and will be focusing more on the league and it'll be important to have a full squad.

For the chat with Dr Zac van Heerden and Marc Lewis on sports injury list, listen here..


This article first appeared on 702 : Tiger to make The Masters & PSL swinging to the end


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