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Honda MotoGP rider Marquez broke plate in his arm opening window

Honda MotoGP boss Alberto Puig says Marc Marquez broke the plate in his right arm "trying to open a window" at home, which led to a second operation on Monday. The reigning world champion broke his right arm in a heavy crash during the Spanish Grand Prix last month, which required surgery to have a titanium plate fitted to the fractured humerus bone. Marquez attempted to come back at the following week's Andalusian GP, but had to abandon this after qualifying owing to swelling in his arm causing him strength issues. Set to return for this weekend's Czech GP, he was forced into another operation on Monday to have the plate replaced after it broke - ruling him out of the Brno race....
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