Los Angeles: Reigning US Open champion Brooks Koepka said on Friday that he’ll be not be playing for next ten weeks because of partially torn wrist tendon but hopes to join back for the Masters in April. Koepka said in a statement, “I am frustrated that I will now not be able to play my intended schedule. But I am confident in my doctors and in the treatment they have prescribed, and I look forward to teeing it up at the Masters.”
Two weeks ago Koepka played in the field of 34 at the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. He had played with pain in his left wrist in finishing last at the unofficial Hero World Challenge in December as well. Hawaii said, “It’s like someone’s jabbing a knife in my wrist or hand.”
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