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Rugby and Injuries

Dr Harjeet Singh, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

22-Mar-16 16:00

Rugby and Injuries

The 2016 Six Nations Championship, which started on 6th February just concluded last week, with England lifting the trophy in this edition. Rugby has grown in popularity and form. In fact, Malaysia is known to develop the ten-a-side variation of rugby, which has been successfully exported to several other Asian countries including Indonesia, Hong Kong and Thailand. But why isn’t it as popular as football, badminton and even tennis? Could the physical contact element of the sport turn many away? Dr Harjeet Singh, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, shares his views.

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