‘Major Queen’ Jeon In-ji “Shoulder injury missing for 1 month”… “The disease is called thoracic outlet syndrome”

湲 蹂肄

[아시아경제 노우래 기자] ‘Major Queen’ Jeon In-ji (28, photo) will be absent for a month to treat a shoulder injury.

On the 22nd, Bright Future, Jeon In-ji’s management company, said, “After a thorough examination at a university hospital in Seoul, I was diagnosed with inflammation due to thoracic outlet syndrome.” We have decided not to participate in the LPGA Tour.” In-Jeon Jeon skips the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship, Ascendant LPGA, and Mediheal Championship.

Thoracic outlet syndrome, a disease of precognition, is a disease that causes pain in the arms and hands due to compression of blood vessels and nerves in the arm under the clavicle. Jeon In-ji is preparing for the LPGA Tour BMW Ladies Championship, which will open in Wonju, Gangwon-do, on October 20 as a comeback match. Jeon In-ji won the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, a major tournament, in June, marking her fourth career win. He is a ‘major hunter’ with 3 out of 4 wins in the majors.

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