Reports from Europe indicate that Novak Djokovic underwent surgery this week not on his right elbow but on his right hand/wrist.
The Serb, who took six months off to recover from an elbow injury only to have it still be an issue last month in Australia, is said to have first gone to Prague, then finally to Switzerland to have a procedure done at the Rennbahnklinik in Muttenz, which per Blick, could have been to remove a “floating bone”.
But there has been zero information from the Djokovic and no update on the health of his elbow. His next event remains at Indian Wells.
Looks like Novak is in Switzerland now. His hand doesn't look good.
via: Oana Raluca pic.twitter.com/kdIYgZdKPm
— Basia (@BasiaID) January 31, 2018
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