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Old 09-29-2012, 06:59 AM   #61
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Gael withdraw from Tokyo, due knee injury, he's back to France.
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The news are not great. Let see the next weeks maybe he needs only some rest or worst a surgery.

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« Si ça se trouve,il a joué son dernier match pro »

Une nouvelle fois forfait à cause de son genou droit, Gaël Monfils pourrait être contraint à l’opération. Sans garantie qu’elle règle définitivement le problème, selon son coach PATRICK CHAMAGNE.

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SI ÇA CONTINUE, faudra que ça cesse. Dans le pire des cas, ça pourrait même cesser définitivement. Vous avez bien lu : dé-fi-ni-ti-ve-ment. Contraint une nouvelle fois à se retirer d’un tournoi avant son entrée en lice (théoriquement programmée aujourd’hui face à Andy Murray), Gaël Monfils vit probablement les heures les plus dures de sa carrière. Car il se sait à un tournant : soit son genou droit arrête de lui gâcher la vie, via on ne sait quel remède miracle tombé du ciel, soit il va être obligé de passer sur le billard pour tenter de résorber une blessure (rotule bipartite, c’est à dire fendue) qui l’empêche tout simplement d’exercer son job de joueur de tennis. Et alors ? C’est quoi le problème ? Qu’il n’existe aucune garantie que l’opération soit couronnée de succès. Si elle échoue, Monfils pourra toujours jouer à la baballe avec ses meilleurs potes. Pour ce qui est de défier Federer et consorts dans les plus grandes arènes du monde, il vivra ça en rêve ou devant sa PlayStation. « Si ça se trouve, si tout se goupille mal, Gaël a joué son dernier match pro contre Gilles (Simon), la semaine dernière, à Bangkok », estime son coach Patrick Chamagne. Diantre, la sentence fait froid dans le dos.

On n’en est pas encore là, mais il est probable que le destin de Monfils a franchi un nouveau cap, hier, à Tokyo. Après quatre mois d’arrêt sur images, suivis d’une reprise plus que correcte à Metz (demi-finales), puis à Bangkok (quarts), le satané genou s’est rappelé au mauvais souvenir de son propriétaire. Plus les jours passent, plus le découragement gagne du terrain. Car tout semble un éternel recommencement. « Gaël avait déjà senti une petite gêne après son match contre Troicki à Bangkok, raconte Chamagne. Il était légèrement enflé, derrière. Ensuite contre Gilles, il a vraiment eu mal, d’où le score sévère du deuxième set. Hier (dimanche), il a gagné un set contre Soeda sur le central mais la douleur était toujours là. Et aujourd’hui (hier), il s’est arrêté après une demi-heure. C’est encore et toujours la même douleur : dès qu’il y a course latérale et qu’il doit prendre appui, il souffre. »

Vu l’ampleur du problème, un plan d’urgence a été décrété. Monfils a quitté dès hier soir le Japon. Aujourd’hui, il verra successivement Bernard Montalvan, le médecin de la Fédération, puis un spécialiste du genou. C’est alors que s’ouvrira le champ des possibles. Du plus anodin, à savoir un retour à Shanghai, comme si de rien n’était, probablement vendredi, au plus irrévocable qui signifierait l’opération et six ou neuf mois d’arrêt supplémentaires (voir par ailleurs).

Chamagne : « Trop de trucs à l’arrache »

« Cette rotule bipartite, c’est un problème bâtard, explique Chamagne, et on ne sait absolument pas si la chirurgie fera son œuvre ou pas. Ce qui est certain, c’est qu’on va prendre plusieurs avis, dans différents pays. Pour avoir une vue d’ensemble et prendre une décision en toute connaissance de cause. »

Le coach estime qu’on a tiré trop vite et surtout trop fort sur la machine. « On s’est plantés dans son programme de reprise, admet-il. C’était trop lourd à gérer. Il aurait fallu jouer Metz, zapper Bangkok, arriver à Tokyo plus tôt pour mieux se préparer, jouer Shanghai, renoncer à Stockholm, voire à Valence, et disputer Bercy. On s’est rendu compte que son genou encaisse moins bien le coup sur dur extérieur. On a fait trop de trucs à l’arrache. Quand on ajoute tous les désagréments du job (avion, décalage horaire, humidité, différence de surface et de balles…), on aggrave le problème du genou. Or il exige aujourd’hui une attention de tous les instants. »

Peu enclin à prendre le taureau par les cornes, au point de n’accepter que cet été une première injection thérapeutique, Monfils sera-t-il prêt à s’allonger sur le billard ? « Gaël est au fond du trou mais il a plus que tout envie de jouer au tennis, conclut Chamagne. S’il faut en passer par là, il m’a assuré qu’il le fera. » La parole est désormais à la faculté.
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« DANS LE CAS D’UNE ROTULE bipartite, on est confronté à une rotule scindée en deux à la naissance. Il n’y a pas fracture ni lésion, c’est un problème congénital. Il n’y a tout simplement pas eu de fusion de la rotule. Ce n’est pas non plus une maladie. En revanche, avec le temps, le problème peut s’aggraver. Ce qui semble être le cas pour Gaël Monfils. Pour schématiser, il y a deux possibilités et on ne peut rien savoir avant d’avoir effectué un bilan total, basé sur un arthroscanner du genou blessé.

1. – La rotule est douloureuse lorsqu’on exerce une pression dessus, mais le cartilage situé sous la rotule n’est pas abîmé. Dans ce cas, il suffit de souder les deux parties de la rotule avec des vis et le problème peut être réglé de façon assez simple.

2. – La rotule est douloureuse et le cartilage est abîmé. On retrouve souvent ce cas de figure chez les volleyeurs ou les joueurs de basket. Des sports où l’on doit sauter et plonger. Avec le temps et la répétition des chocs, la rotule qui est en deux parties a joué et a détérioré le cartilage. Dans ce cas, c’est infiniment plus compliqué et grave. Car, si l’on doit toujours souder la rotule avec des vis, que faire du cartilage ? Il y a la possibilité de faire des greffes mais c’est très, très compliqué et aléatoire. Il faut compter trois mois de cicatrisation et six de rééducation avant de pouvoir rejouer. Mais ce type d’intervention n’offre pas toutes les garanties de résultat. »

(*) Ancien médecin de l’INSEP, du Paris-SG (1982-1992 puis 2001-2007) et de l’équipe de France de football (2008-2010).

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Chamagne: "I never said that Gael career is over.He will come back on court on Friday and he'll work to be ready"
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Chamagne: "I never said that Gael career is over.He will come back on court on Friday and he'll work to be ready"
That sounds promising!
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The coach Chamagne has indeed calmed everyone:

"We returned to Paris this morning at four o'clock, and the doctor has reassured us. Gael will resume with a racket in his hand as early as Friday or Saturday.
It was not the right thing to play so much on his return, but will be playing in Stockholm, Vienna and Bercy."


Patrick has also denied the rumors about a possible retirement of the Frenchman:

"I ​​never said any of that. Gael's career will continue. The pains are due to the excessive workload after the accident"
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"It was not the right thing to play so much on his return, but will be playing in Stockholm, Vienna and Bercy."

how will he manage to play Vienna and Stockholm taking place at the same time? Obviously Chamagne confused Vienna with Valencia.
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Gael Monfils tweets that he's back to the practice courts and planning on returning to the ATP Tour next week.
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1st round vs a WC, 2nd Youznhy or Baker, quarts against Berdych. Tough draw for Gaël but he can do it, he's very strong on indoor!
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What's happen He lost to Rosenholm 3-6 6-1 3-6
Hopefully his knee is OK
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O Gael, what is wrong with you? Still knee problems?

I somehow feel we are left in total fog about the injury.
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Also he pulls out doubles match tomorrow.
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Also he pulls out doubles match tomorrow.
Yes, reason - right knee injury.
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Yes, reason - right knee injury.
Oh no... thank you How about next week and Paris

I know he likes to play in French tournament but I worry about injury.
This season is terrible for him except Doha and Montpellier
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