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May 12, 2006
Martin Suji, the Kenya all-rounder, has undergone knee surgery as he fights to regain fitness for the World Cup in the West Indies in 2007.
Suji, 35, has played in the last three World Cups but has spent four months on the sidelines after tearing ligaments in his knee. He missed Kenya's tour of Zimbabwe and Bangladesh in February and March but, after rehabilitation, is expected to resume training with the Kenya squad in a month's time
"I expect to be make a quick recovery," said Suji. "I will know my exact position whether to resume full training in the next four weeks."
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