Welcome to the beta version of the new Women & Golf website. Our web monkeys are still hard at work and welcome your feedback.  


Ducati's Miller underwent two leg operations in quarantine

Ducati MotoGP star Jack Miller has revealed he had to undergo two operations while in quarantine in Australia.

Miller got a staph infection in the leg which previously had a pin in following a leg break but it became infected.

“The leg’s good now. As you know, we had to do quarantine when I went home and I ended up doing 19 days, because on day nine I got a staph infection in my leg,” said Miller said, after the Ducati team launch.


“So I had to get another two operations done, in the Coronavirus ward, even after I was finished for the 14 days in isolation. It meant 19 days in quarantine and 28 days out of quarantine, while I was at home.

“The leg’s perfect now, I’ve been doing motocross, cycling. It wasn’t the bone, just more like a flesh infection. But they had to re-operate and clean it out.”

Articles you may like


More MotoGP

linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram