SC DHfK Leipzig’s backcourt player, Marko Mamic, has returned to Leipzig after spending four months recovering from a serious left knee injury in his hometown of Zagreb. Mamic underwent surgery, where his cruciate ligament was patched with a tendon from his thigh, and his outer and inner meniscus were repaired. Despite the difficult six-week recovery period where he couldn’t do anything and needed the help of his parents, Mamic is now feeling better and plans to focus on his rehabilitation.
Mamic has a full day of rehabilitation activities planned, which includes swimming every two days with physios, massages, and weightlifting. However, he also takes the time to watch his team’s games and sometimes does so during his training sessions. Mamic admits that there is a “little fire” in him as he aims to play for an extra five minutes in the last two games, but he knows that he needs to be in top condition for the sport that demands 110% readiness.
Mamic’s recovery is being overseen by the team’s medical staff, who are confident in his progress. They are also hoping that Mamic will help the team in their last two games of the season, where they hope to clinch a European spot.
In conclusion, it is clear that Marko Mamic is on the path to recovery, and although he faced a difficult period initially, he is determined to play again for his team. With his positive attitude and focus on rehabilitation activities, Mamic is on track to make a comeback that will benefit not only his team but himself.