A shoulder injury will force Mapi Sánchez Alayeto to undergo surgery The player will be operated on Thursday and she will miss the start of the new season 13/02/2019 En Español Navarro y Di Nenno couble the passion in 2021 Alejandra Salazar's #Top5 in 2020 Extra Ball: The other #Top10 of Points of 2020 Lima y Tapia, an explosive mix to aim to to the highest Lucía Sainz will show Bea González the way to the summit The best drop shots of 2020 Sánchez y Josemaría, perfect mix of magic and dynamite #Best10: Top 10 recoveries of 2020 Three Number Ones to start 2021 Sanyo and Belasteguín form a legendary duo #Best10: Top 10 Puntazos of 2020 Salazar and Triay, elegance to reign The leaders of the world ranking, Majo and Mapi Sánchez Alayeto can not start together the new World Padel Tour season that begins next March. An injury in the right shoulder of Mapi Sánchez Alayeto will move the player away from the tournament during the start of the new course.The player, who in 2018 managed with her sister to finish at the top of the ranking for the fourth time in her career, has been dragging the problems in that articulation since the beginning of last year. An injury, which however did not prevent Mapi finish the campaign.After being tested, the doctors have seen a partial rupture of the sub scapular of the right shoulder. She will be operated on this Thursday. Later, she will begin the process of rehabilitation. The recovery time, around 4 months, will make it impossible for the first time in his career not to start a course with Majo. His goal from now is return as soon as possible and 100% to the tournament of the best padel in the world. Due to the duration of his convalescence, the number one in the world can make use of his right to the protected ranking once he returns to the competition.Tengo una noticia que daros! Prometo hacer todo lo posible para estar de vuelta lo antes posible! ?? pic.twitter.com/KrW4ytrHrU— Mapi Sánchez Alayeto (@MapiSAlayeto) 13 de febrero de 2019From World Padel Tour we want to give all the courage and strength of the world to the extraordinary player and we wish her a quick recovery and return to the circuit. Mapi!