By David Reyrat
DECRYPTION – DECRYPTION – The third row will return to the field on Thursday against Uruguay only six and a half months after his serious injury.
The miracle happened. On February 26, Anthony Jelonch was injured against Scotland during the Six Nations Tournament. And the diagnosis destroyed his dream of participating in the world Cup: rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament of the left knee. That’s eight to nine months of absence. You don’t need to be good at math to realize that six months before the start of the competition, things were over for the third row at Stade Toulousain. Barely had time to digest the bad news before the person concerned brushed it aside. March 21, two weeks after being on the operating table, the Gersois affirmed that he would be restored in time for the World Cup. “I will be ready to resume on August 15.”
The race against time was on. Closely followed by the health manager of the XV of France, Bruno Boussagol, he takes the steps one after the other. A stay in a specialized center in Montpellier, then at work with the medical staff at Stade Toulousain. In July, he joined the renowned…