Marc Marquez had to miss the last races of the season after having double vision issues. He didn't know how long the recovery will take, but he was aware that he has to work on it "Of course the recovery of an injury like this, on this vision, is not something you can place."
- Marc Marquez said, as quoted by motorsport "You either have clear vision or you don't have clear vision. It's on or off. So, starting from this point of course I'm the first one that when I have an injury, I want to ride the next day.
"But the experience, especially in this case from 10 years ago in 2011, was exactly the same situation; you don't know, and you cannot say. "And the doctor didn't say to me 'you will be [fine] in three months, six months or one month'
I mean, it's something that even the doctors don't know." "So, it was tricky, but step by step it was coming better. But when you have this kind of injury everything is on the table. Yet after a few months in which he knew nothing, things got better, and now he can finally ride a bike.
"I mean, surgery is on the table, time is on the table and the possibility to not ride a bike is on the table. "So, was difficult and was a hard time because you don't know your future. "But especially the last month started to be better and better, and when I started to feel better one week ago I started cycling a bit, then I start with the mountain bike cycling and the feeling was good.
"It was better and better, and this week when I had the doctor check he confirmed that feeling and then he allowed me to ride a bike."
Surgery for Marc Marquez
Apparently, surgery will not be necessary, but time will tell "Of course, if I'm riding a bike it's because the surgery, it looks like we will not need," he added.
"Of course, if I'm riding the bike it's because I have a perfect vision. But at the moment, I follow the advice of the doctor. "He wants to see in a GP circuit with high speed alone, a one-day test with a lot of laps, if when I get tired I have some problem or not.
Doctors will monitor his situation and act if necessary "So, I want to evaluate, and my doctor wants to evaluate all these things before allowing me to be in the Malaysia test. "So, for that reason from the first moment I got injure we took a conservative way.
"Step-by-step, time will fix everything. If time doesn't fix everything, we will need surgery, but it looks like time is working in the right way and everything is good. "So, looks like we won't need another surgery and I hope I don't need another surgery on my vision."