How they expect David’s Comeback to be.
“Now I feel fine but there is one more step to get to high competition and if you miss a millisecond hesitating, things become complicated, you are slow and out of rhythm. Doctors say it’ll take me two or three months to familiarize again with competition, let’s hope it takes less than that”, David stated anxiously waiting to test himself on the courts. “The time it takes to be outstanding again depends on each person. What is to come is surrounded by uncertainties because we are training harder and trying not to feel pain. We are doing great, but we’ll see what happens, we try and then see. It will be similar once I start playing again, one week it will be fine and another week it won’t, till I adjust myself to competitions. This is very different to training”, he said. Now he feels no pain, but “everybody says that I may feel some pain during the first months, as if I had never had the operation. I wonder why I had it, but they assure me that then I will feel the change. Now I am training hard and I am not in pain”. It seems that everything is going well.