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k0nfig Marks His Return To Competitive Play



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Kristian Wienecke, known as “k0nfig,” is a 24-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been representing Complexity Gaming for over one and a half years. Previously, he was playing for Optic Gaming.

In August, Complexity Gaming revealed that k0nfig won’t be playing for the organization due to medical problems, and they filled in his position with Niels Christian “NaToSaphiX” Sillassen and lastly, Marcelo “coldzera” David.

The Danish rifler announced later on that he broke his wrist after falling in the airport in Serbia, and this is the main reason why he can not be playing for a while now. Following the problem, the experienced player went under surgery through late August, and he has been recovering since then.

k0nfig is in rehabilitation right now and has been sharing updates on social media during this period. About two weeks ago, k0nfig stated that the pins on his hand had just been removed, and the healing process going pretty well.

Today, k0nfig took his official Twitter account to share a new post and revealed the latest status of his wrist.

In the post, the 24-year-old player mentioned that the recovery going so great that his broken hand was only %5 worse compared to the other one, which means that he has almost overcome the problem.

Furthermore, k0nfig pointed out that he might completely recover from the injury after two or three weeks after making exercises during this period and showed how happy he is to return back to the game.

k0nfig on his return:

“Little update from the wounded soldier. I was at my occupational therapist for rehab and got some nice information. She said that I only was about 5% worse in my right hand compared to my left. 2 weeks of 3 different exercises should do the job. Happy boy.”

You can check out the post below.

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