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Justin Rose has emerged as the injury doubt with the BMW PGA Championship of this week after revealing he’s fighting with a knee injury.
Rose has also pulled from Wednesday, even though he remains determined to take his place and declared his press responsibilities on Tuesday.
The entire world No 4 suffered the injury a week and has been having intensive treatment on the ailment, but he will be not able to match in almost any practice rounds prior to his scheduled 12:40pm tee on Thursday, when he is slated to perform together with Ryder Cup team-mate Jon Rahm and former Masters champion Patrick Reed.
Rose, who lost to Anders Hansen at a play-off at Wentworth in 2007 and was also runner-up to Luke Donald five years after, issued a statement which read:”Last Thursday I slid and jarred my knee.
“Since that time I have been receiving treatment on the injury and I have been working hard with Justin Buckthorp along with my healthcare staff away from the path in order to make sure I am ready to play this week’s BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
“Regrettably, I have been required to draw from Wednesday’s pro-am as a precaution, but I am doing everything I can to be fit to play Thursday.”

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