14. 10. 2020

POL W: Salas’ knee injury turns serious

Source: chemik-police.com; Photo: chemik-police.com

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The Polish women’s volleyball champions Grupa Azoty Chemik Police will have to do without Wilma Salas for a long time.

 

Cuban outside hitter Salas landed badly after one of the attacks during Sunday’s game of the 2020/21 TAURON Liga regular season against BKS Stal Bielsko-Biała. A 29-year-old player sustained a knee injury and was taken off the court.

After passing all the required tests, it was determined that Salas has a severe injury that requires surgery and a long rehabilitation. The estimated time of her return is a minimum of six months.

 

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