Brooks Koepka, who won twice, withdrew from the US Open, hoping to become 100{7d6bb1f761e691f027164c9fe6d1ebbc4659a250013ce39dc45a15ede39dbac5} again “soon”

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Brooks Koepka ranks 8th in the world golf rankings and has dealt with knee and hip injuries throughout the season

Brooks Koepka announced

Brooks Koepka announced Wednesday afternoon that he will withdraw from the U.S. Open next week at the wingspan. The two-time U.S. Open champion mentioned that the injury was the reason for his decision, and this season was caused by knee and hip diseases.

Koepka failed to qualify at the Wyndham Championship last month and withdrew from the Northern Trust Fund before the FedEx Cup knockout.

But despite his injuries, he still managed to create some highlights, including a T2 score in the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational and a top 10 score in the RBC Heritage.

Koepka is still not his normal, healthy and dominant self in the tour this season. After winning three championships on the tour last season and finishing second at the US Open, he managed to miss five promotions in the 2019-20 season, which is twice the sum of the previous two years.

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After three wins in the 2018-19 season, Koepka completed stem cell work on his injured knee. Then, he injured the same knee again in Korea in October, which prompted him to recover from a long absence from sports.

“This is much worse than we allowed,” Koepka said via early this summer. “I’m far from 100{7d6bb1f761e691f027164c9fe6d1ebbc4659a250013ce39dc45a15ede39dbac5}; I don’t know if my knees will be 100{7d6bb1f761e691f027164c9fe6d1ebbc4659a250013ce39dc45a15ede39dbac5}. This is one of the things I try every day.”

At the PGA Championship last month, a coach was always nearby and even tended to him due to hip disease.

“This is my hips. It has nothing to do with my knees.” He explained that the coach’s job was bent during training.

 “Very good. I woke up this morning, it was tight, and then exercised, and even became tighter, and then we relaxed. When I was playing on the court it was a little tight, but there was nothing to worry about. “

The four-time Grand Slam champion won the U.S. Open in 2017 and 2018.

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