Marc Marquez underwent a second operation after the titanium plate used to fix his right humerus was found to have suffered damage due to stress accumulation. Dr Xavier Mir and his team at the Hospital Universitari Dexeus successfully replaced the titanium plate.
Remember that Marc had a first operation after falling heavily on Jerez, Marc Marquez was diagnosed with a broken right humerus. Dr Xavier Mir and his team in collaboration with Dr Barrera performed an open reduction and internal fixation of a titanium plate to the right humerus. The radial nerve was untouched and did not need intervention.
Marc is now recovering from successful surgery His aim is to return to the 2020 World Championship as soon as possible with an expected date becoming clearer soon.