Kento Momota [25 = NTT East], who has received surgery for a right orbital [cancer] floor fracture in the first place in the badminton men's singles world ranking, will return to team practice from the 29th. Announced by NTT East Japan belongs.
Momota was injured in a traffic accident in Malaysia on January 13 during his expedition. After a close examination, he was once diagnosed as having no abnormalities, and participated in a representative training camp in early February. He was diagnosed with a right orbital floor fracture on the 7th, and was operated on the 8th. After discharge of 13 days had medical treatment, but received a diagnosis result of 27 days, I was standing prospect of practice return.
After returning to the hospital, Momota performed only light exercise, so after returning to work, she continued to practice rehabilitation. After the accident, he had announced comments through his affiliation, but has indicated his intention to speak directly in public, and will respond to the media soon. The timing is due to the new coronavirus and is under consideration. Participation in the Tokyo Olympics [Olympic] is certain, and we will continue to make adjustments for a return after May.