Baseless and very nasty allegation. But I'm sure you know better than all the medical specialists!
not really, coaches are always at the 'physios'to see when they can use these injured players, really why chance it unless they are 100% fit, Drs go on the injury not the fitness level, big difference between an injury healed enough for daily activity, to one thats ready to go full bore, if they were in fact fit to play that would mean they would not require to miss double headers, get their strength and fitness up before they take the court . not during, their in lies the issue. These players are not machines, hence why if it was made mandatory regardless of what the players or coaches want, that a full year off and external fitness assessment is required before they can retake the court , their would probably be less reinjuring themselves, this is their careers they are playing with, sometimes patience is a better option for all concerned.
No one wants to see any player injured like this and certainly not repeatedly