Springboks lock RG Snyman is set for surgery in the backdrop of the 2023 Rugby World Cup. His career has been marred with injuries over the years.
Barely a few months after recovering from a career-threatening that kept him on the sidelines for seasons, another injury scare has been confirmed.
SPRINGBOKS LOCK RG SNYMAN SET FOR SURGERY
Barely ten days after the 2023 Rugby World Cup, it has been confirmed that the star is scheduled for surgery. However, little is known when he will be out of play.
Irish club Munster on Monday revealed that Springboks lock RG Snyman has “suffered a chest/shoulder injury during the World Cup final and will undergo surgery in South Africa this week”.
Against the news, it is yet to be confirmed how long the lock will be on the sidelines, given the nature of his injury.
The lock played a key role among the ‘bomb squad’ as South Africa clinched a historic fourth world title. But it seems he picked an injury along the campaign.
Undoubtedly, the news is a big blow to the star, who only recovered in time for the 2023 Rugby World Cup. Against the World Cup, he made it known that it was something special to be part of the squad after being on the sidelines.
WINNING THE RWC
Speaking to Jim Hamilton after the Rugby World Cup, RG Snyman said: “I really had to do everything to get back here. To be part of this squad and team is something special in itself but to perform on the biggest stage.
“To have this [medal] around our necks tonight is such a great accomplishment for all of us,” added Snyman.