Bernd Wiesberger is relishing his return to action on the European Tour after seven months on the sidelines due to injury. The 33-year-old was forced to end his 2018 season after missing the cut at the Volvo China Open in April before undergoing surgery on a troublesome wrist injury.
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The Austrian struggled in the early part of the campaign and a share of 15th in Abu Dhabi was his best return before the enforced absence.
However, after months of rehab, the four-time European Tour winner will tee it up in this week’s AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open and is looking forward to experiencing all that goes with being a professional golfer once again.
“It’s been a while,” Wiesberger told Sky Sports. “It’s good to be out here again seeing the guys and good to be playing again. It’s a lovely week to finally start off again.
“I’m lacking a lot of tournament experience over the last months but me and my team have worked hard to get me to positions to feel the flow of a competitive round. “I’m sure I’ll be able to handle it come Thursday but obviously it’s going to be fun to tee off again with a scorecard in my hand.”