Simon is back in action at this weekend at the Spanish Open after a 6 week lay off due to a wrist injury. He slipped a tendon in his left wrist, which not only stymied his scheduled causing him to miss 3 tour events.
The injury happened when Simon was playing his last practice round with friends, among them Paul Scholes, the former Manchester United and England midfielder. As he attempted to play out of the rough his left wrist was jolted, forcing him to abandon the round at the sixth hole.
A slipped tendon has been diagnosed by a specialist prompting a tweet: “Looks like I’ve got 3 weeks off till china to prepare..#rest #rest #rest.”
The injury is on the same hand which forced his withdrawal from a tournament at Gleneagles two years ago. However, he is now back and raring to get out ‘hit it hard’ and ‘wear it well’ fully Bunk’d up. Good luck Simon we are all fully behind you fella!