Tiger Woods rules out retirement: ‘I love to compete’ | video

Everything is clear with Eldrick “Tiger” Woods. At 47, he said Tuesday that not going to retire because he loves competition and, above all, because He is confident that he can continue to win tournaments.

Before your participation in Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas– the American golfer said at a press conference:

I love to compete. I like to play. I miss my time here with my colleagues.

And the golfer added winner of 15 specialties in his first public appearance to the media since the Masters in April.

Competition drives me. There will come a time, not yet fully arrived, when I will not be able to win again. And when it comes, I will retire.

forests He explained that by 2024 he wants to set a goal participate in a tournament per month Now that you have solved the problems with left ankle.

The golfer had to have surgery in April to relieve the discomfort he experienced in his left ankle as a result car accident in 2021.

Procedure subtalar fusion relieve the arthritis he suffered as a result broken bone He explained that it was a success. Woods.

“I don’t have the pain in my ankle that I had in Augusta.”Woods stated that he admitted that recovery from surgery was difficult because he had to spend six months doing nothing.

“The first two months were very difficult.”admitted the golfer, who also announced on Tuesday that Rob McNamara vice president TGR VenturesTiger Woods’ company, which includes his businesses and foundation, He will be his cudi during the tournament in the Bahamas.

(according to information from EFE)

Source: Aristegui Noticias