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12. 10. 2017

BRA W: Thaisa Daher hits the ball after six months (VIDEO)

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The Brazilian star has finally started preparing for the season 2017/2018, after six months of absence.

She picked up a serious left knee injury and had to undergo surgery in June. At the beginning of September, she began to work on strengthening her muscles at the gym and now she is working with the ball.

After six months I am practicing again. I am so happy. Of course, it is much easier to practice with my friend Dani Lins,” writes Thaisa on her official Instagram page.

The fans of Eczacibasi hope that she will be able to return to the court as soon as possible.

 

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