Primoz Roglic, one of the best cyclists today, could soon return to the scene. Roglic is satisfied with the rehabilitation, and that is what is most important at this moment. "Rehab is going as planned. As you can see, I've got a bit of movement," Roglic said in a video, as quoted by eurosport.com.
"I still need to wait, probably a month or so to jump on the bike but I'm busy with other projects. Next week we release a calendar for our Foundation. Check out the link. I'll keep you posted." Roglic explained what the main problems were, but also revealed the best solution at this moment.
"It's no secret that I already have several dislocations. I've reached the point where I have to fix it," Roglic told Slovenian media before his surgery.
They cut off a piece of your bone and move it to where the dislocation is happening.
The arm will be immobilised for six to eight weeks after surgery, and then I'll have passive range of motion. Fortunately, we're not quite in May or June.
I have reached the limit where I have to fix these things so that I can be even stronger and start preparing for new challenges in the new season," he added.
Primoz Roglic: I have to respect what they tell me
His goal in this case is to listen to the doctor's advice and to act according to their orders. Many people miss seeing a Slovenian in the biggest tournaments, and we have to be patient.
The recovery period can sometimes take a long time, and the most important thing is that Roglic has patience, and everything else will take care of itself. "I have to respect what they tell me. We will certainly do everything to get back on the bike as quickly as possible." We wish him a speedy recovery. He'll be back soon, surely.