Skra Belchatow’s starting setter Grzegorz Lomacz made fans very worried when he went down with an injury in training before the team traveled to Wroclaw for the Polish Cup final, which Skra lost to Trefl. But good news have finally made its way to club headquarters, as Lomacz has recently stated, according to siatka.org, that he is almost back to full health and close to ending his rehab:
“My rehabilitation is going according to plan, I can now load weight on my injured leg and I hope that next week will be all right. I spend most of my time with our physical trainer and I’m positive that my rehabilitation is coming to an end. I can not perform a full squat yet, but I am getting closer and I can not perform sideways tests because of lateral ligament damage, there is slight pain, but this is also improving. At the beginning I will be training with a welt, all rehabilitation has been done without an orthesis. I am happy that I will not have to wear any additional equipment because it is not comfortable for me.
Sra will play its last CEV Champions League pool game against France’s Chaumont on Feb. 28. If Skra wins it the game, or loses it 3-2, it will advance to the playoffs. Not having its starting setter will be a big blow for the Polish team.
“I’m really optimistic, because I am close to return… I won’t travel to France, but I think after the team returns, I will join the guys permanently.”
– Jestem naprawdę optymistycznie nastawiony, bo już blisko… Do Francji jeszcze nie lecę, ale myślę, że po powrocie zespołu, dołączę do chłopaków na stałe – Grzegorz Łomacz pic.twitter.com/K60SdKz6Ts
— PGE Skra Bełchatów (@_SkraBelchatow_) February 23, 2018