Papi Sarr of the Adamson Soaring Falcons sat out their first game last Saturday, losing to the Ateneo Blue Eagles, 85-65. He sat out the match due to a groin injury sustained during the pre-season a few weeks ago.
In a recent interview, the Adamson center gave an update on his health and revealed that he will be returning to action this Saturday against the UST Growling Tigers.
Sarr shares how he is now able to move, jump and do movements he was able to do the past two weeks. He rejoined his teammates in practice on Monday last week.
“To make a strong comeback. That’s the name of the game for me right now, just to keep working hard every single day and keep gaining strength for the rest of my body. Hopefully this Saturday, I can help my team get that first win,” said Sarr.
Sarr watched helplessly from the bench as the Falcons fell to Ateneo. He adds that the team worked hard in the offseason and that his injury was unfortunate.
“More than the physical pain from my injury, seeing my team struggle was more painful for me. I was really frustrated seeing my team go down against Ateneo. We were supposed to beat them,” said Sarr.
Aside from team practices, Sarr has been doing extra work to improve his shooting with the help of two-time PBA MVP Willie Miller.
“I have been training with Willie Miller every week to improve my shooting skills. I have also been doing extra work in the gym with my personal trainer and aqua training to help improve my footwork,” he adds.
“I can’t wait to be back and help my team and give my all to make my school proud,” said a determined Sarr who is anxious to return and make his school proud. (Sheryl Reyes)
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