Sinai says: After weathering severe injury storm, Weintraub eyes brighter days

Amir Weintraub will never forget the last time Israel played Slovenia in the Davis Cup.

More than 15 months later, he is still struggling with the repercussions.

What initially seemed like a minor injury ended up completely derailing his career. An MRI revealed that three tendons had torn away from a bone in his groin and he had to go under the knife twice, with the initial surgery proving to be unsuccessful.


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