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Jessica Korda (back) taking indefinite break from LPGA Tour

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Jessica Korda has announced that she will be unable to compete on the LPGA Tour until the end of the year as she deals with her back injury. She made the announcement on social media on Sunday night.

Korda wrote about the challenges she faced due to her back problem.

Korda wrote, “Following my doctor’s advice and the guidance of the physiotherapist, we have committed countless treatment hours at home and on-the-road for me to try to get my health and body ready to compete each and every week.” “Unfortunately, we’ve reached [the]I have had to withdraw from several tournaments because the pain was not improving. It is frustrating to have to do it again and again as a competitor.

“I’ve decided to stop playing on the advice of the medical team. I will not be able to play until I am fully recovered.” We don’t know a specific date for my return, but I am working with the best in the business and am focused on returning as soon as possible.

Korda is 30 years old and has won on the LPGA Tour six times, but she hasn’t won since January 2021. Her last appearance was at the Cognizant Founders Cup, earlier this month. She withdrew from the event after shooting a round of 72. She is currently ranked at No. She is currently ranked 31 in the world.

Korda’s sister is world No. Nelly, world No. 2, is also suffering back pain. She will be absent from the inaugural Mizuho Americas Open, which takes place in Jersey City next week, but is not expected to miss it indefinitely.