12. 02. 2019

ITA M: Surgery went well for Christenson, the recovery will last more than a month

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The U.S. national team setter Micah Christenson underwent knee surgery and he is feeling well right now.

 

He had to undergo surgery and the first recovery prognosis is about 35-40 days. So, Modena will be without the setter for a month and a while.

Thank you, everyone, for the prayers and kind words! It means a lot to feel all the love and support from around the world the surgery went well and you can bet I’ll be working my butt off to get back on the court even better and stronger than before," writes Christenson.

 

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