Primož Roglič says rehabilitation from shoulder surgery ‘going as planned’ ahead of 2023 season

Slovenian had surgery in October in attempt to fix repeated shoulder dislocations ahead of new season

Primoz Roglic
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Primož Roglič is still recovering from the major shoulder surgery that he underwent in October but says his rehabilitation programme is “going as planned” as he prepares for the new season. 

In a video posted on social media, the Slovenian explained that his rehab is going according to plan although he is still approximately a month away from returning to on bike training. 

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