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Tiger Wood will miss the Arnold Palmer Invitational due to his back pain

Posted by Admin 02 Mar 2020

Tiger Woods


The announcements came 24 hours separated, and keeping in mind that contrasting in gravity both served to represent the narrowing principal point of legends in their melting away years. 

On Thursday, 38-year-old Roger Federer revealed he'd had knee clinical system and would be out until the pre-summer grass-court season. Following a day, his old Gillette advertisements co-star, 44-year-old Tiger Woods, said he's evading the present week's Arnold Palmer Invitational inferable from a corroded back. The two decisions were made with an eye on the prizes that issue most: Wimbledon for Federer, the Masters for Woods.

While Federer will miss one significant — the yearly Rafa Nadal crowning ceremony previously recognized as the French Open — Woods won't, however, the paring of his calendar bodes sick for an occasion that could utilize the vivacious infusion he provides: Olympic golf. The main 15 on the planet positioning fit the bill for the Games in Tokyo. Woods is at present No. 10, yet a limit of four golf players are allowed from every country and there are five Americans in front of him, raising the phantom that he'll be exposed to the harsh elements of reality in the race for gold.


It is difficult to consider an increasingly impeccable warm-up competition for the Masters for Tiger Woods than the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Florida this week. Talk about an occasion that ticks all the crates.


If you are wondering that whether he enjoys the course- well he has won, the events eight times, and if you ask about the weather forecast- temperatures forecasted to be in the high 20s. And the event at Bay Hill is just not far away from 2 hours driving distance. 


So when Tiger was affirmed as absent on Friday, with his agent Mark Steinberg uncovering his back was still 'sore and solid' after his appearance at the Genesis Invitational three weeks prior, it was not astonishing that the US media went into overdrive. 


Best case scenario, how prepared he will be for his barrier at Augusta in barely a month? Best case scenario, is there more to this most recent back illness than we are being told? 


'It's the new typical,' Steinberg stated different US outlets. Things are week to week. He's particularly all set when he's sound, and he's not when he's somewhat sore.


Who knows whether Tiger will be fit to play in the PGA Tour' flagship occasion, the Players Championship, one week from now? 


The expectation should be that he can at least play there, just as the WGC Match Play Championship in Texas toward the month's end, where he is ensured three gathering matches. In 10 occasions on the PGA Tour this year Woods has played only eight competitive rounds.