If there is no risk, it is not Márquez

Marc is a regular in rolling on the ground, because he always hurries to find the limits of his brave Honda.

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The World Cup that should have started on March 8 in Qatar, did it on July 19 in Jerez. Coronavirus tricks. For that Arab premiere, the physical state of Marc Márquez was shrouded in doubt. "I look almost 100 percent," said the six-time MotoGP champion, who had surgery on his right shoulder in November. The unfortunate stoppage by the pandemic at least helped the ilerdense to complete a recovery that was slower than expected. This was even pointed out by some of his rivals in those frequent digital encounters that proliferated during confinement. But in such a high-risk sport, the accounts don't always come out. Márquez has broken his humerus in the first World Cup and on Tuesday he will go back to the operating room. Who spoke of advantage?

Falls are part of the essence of motorcycling. Pilots know this and assume the possibility of these outcomes, sometimes followed by incredible healings. But as with bullfighting, there are also some that get closer than others. Marc is a regular in rolling on the ground, because he always hurries to find the limits of his brave Honda. The saves like the one he made on Sunday when he was the leader in the fifth lap, at 160 km / h and with the bike at 67 degrees of inclination, have become a classic for Márquez. Whoever walks on the border, often collects fruits, especially if it is a champion like the Catalan, but on other occasions he meets misfortune. This time he had to suffer a hard fall when trying to complete a spectacular comeback. Always in the Marquez style. And now it may cost him the World Cup, because in this year's edition, with great prizes chained, with hardly any free Sundays, there is little margin for recovery and mistakes. They are the consequences of playing all or nothing. If there is no risk, it is not Marc Márquez.



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