Nalbandian out for two months after hernia operation

Updated: 11 March 2011 12:29 IST

Argentina's David Nalbandian will undergo surgery for a hernia problem and a torn adductor muscle on Thursday and will be out of action for two months, a member of his entourage said Wednesday.

Buenos Aires:

Argentina's David Nalbandian will undergo surgery for a hernia problem and a torn adductor muscle on Thursday and will be out of action for two months, a member of his entourage said Wednesday.

The world number 19 aggravated the problem playing in the Davis Cup last weekend which saw the South Americans advance past Romania 4-1 to the quarter-finals of the World Group.

Nalbandian, 29, should be back in action for the Madrid Masters or the Rome tournament in the build-up to Roland Garros at the end of May.

Topics : Tennis Saeed Ajmal David Nalbandian Rohan Bopanna Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi Maria Sharapova Andy Roddick Lukas Dlouhy Leander Paes
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