- 23-year-old went to emergency room after noticing swelling
- Player says she is now at home receiving treatment
Nelly Korda, the world’s second-ranked player in women’s golf, has announced she is undergoing treatment following discovery of a blood clot. Korda, who won Olympic gold and the PGA Championship amid a rise to world No 1 in 2021, took to social media on Sunday to reveal a medical situation that came to light after a gym session.
Korda said: “On Friday I was in Ponte Vedra Beach for a photoshoot and commercial appearance. After a typical morning workout, my arm started to feel like it was swelling. At the advice of my doctor, I went to the emergency room as a precaution. I was diagnosed with a blood clot.
Written by Ewan Murray
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