For those in the know.
Is this a common thing for people if so much work done to avoid athlete doing hammy that the counter injury can occur in doing a quad? Or just purely unlucky?
Having consistent soft tissue injuries as a youngster doesn't bode well for him.
Hopefully doesn't end up like that player Pies traded to Saints last year who can't get on the park for either side.
No, the rehab he was doing would not have made him more likely to doing a quad. It would have reduced the risk of quad or other injury, just as with his hammy.
But his current injury history and particularly the recent incident prior to his rehab definitely would increase his chances of doing his quad or other injury. Hence why they pulled him for an extended period.