MADRID, 30 Ene. (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Spanish forward Alba Torrens will be out for at least two weeks due to a ligament sprain in her right knee, produced in the match against Casademont Zaragoza this weekend, as confirmed by Valencia Basket on Monday.
In this way, the player from the Balearic Islands will not be able to help the team in their commitments this week in the Euroleague and in the Endesa Women’s League and surely she will not be able to concentrate next Monday with the Spanish team for the matches against Romania (9) and Iceland (12) with which the qualifying phase for the Eurobasket this summer will close, an appointment for which the national team is already classified.
The player of the women’s first team, Alba Torrens, was injured in the match played yesterday in Zaragoza and was unable to finish the match. The tests she has undergone determine that she has a ligament sprain in her right knee. Her recovery will keep her off the slopes for a minimum of two weeks. Her evolution will mark the exact term of her return to competition.