period of rest

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Wood opted to sit out the series opener in Hamilton and he now faces a period of rest and rehabilitation as he looks to get himself right for the remaining three ODIs and two Tests against New Zealand.
Surgery was viewed as a potential solution, but it is hoped an "extended period of rest and rehabilitation" will improve a chronic condition that has flared up at times during his career and that forced him to miss the US Open.
Surgery was viewed as a potential solution but it is hoped a period of rest and rehabilitation will improve a chronic condition that has flared up throughout his career and forced him to miss the US Open.
He will still need a period of rest after twisting his ankle but by the time training resumes in early July he should be ready for action.
The medical examinations carried out this morning didn't show anything serious but a period of rest is necessary.
He will again require a period of rest before he is able to resume training.
Both parents and students agreed that the difficulties students face during the semester, such as lack of enough sleep and increased stress must be considered, and followed by a period of rest to prepare them for the next term.
Johannesburg, Jan 8 ( ANI ): South African bowler Dale Steyn has reportedly been given an extended period of rest to recover from a small undisplaced fracture to his right eighth rib sustained during the second Test against India in Durban.
Achilles tendons are awkward and there's a period of rest (involved)," said Minichiello.
His return was confirmed in a short statement by the Algerian presidency, which said Bouteflika would "continue a period of rest and rehabilitation.
The former England T20 captain will spend three weeks in a protective splint after a period of rest.
He might go down the same road again but we're not playing again until Sunday so there is a decent period of rest after tomorrow night.