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Alex Rins back for Sachsenring, 'bone almost fixed'

Alex Rins will hope to draw a line under an extraordinary run of bad luck when he makes his MotoGP return at the Sachsenring this weekend. After falling in four successive races, from Portimao to Mugello, the Suzuki rider then broke his wrist in a bicycle accident on the eve of the Catalunya round. Rins promptly underwent surgery at the nearby Universitari Dexeus Hospital in Barcelona, which saw the fixation of two screws and has been cleared to make his comeback in Germany. “After removing the stitches and checking his wrist we consider the mobility of the injury is pretty good and [Rins] will try to race in Germany," said Doctor Xavier Mir. "Of course, he could suffer some...
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