Kvitova interestingly used AI in order to help heal injury ahead of Roland Garros

Petra Kvitova has been dealing with a foot injury leading up to Roland Garros with an AI-powered machine getting the diagnosis right before the event.

Kvitova has been actually dealing with that particular foot issue for a few years but an inflammation made it worse during the Miami Open. She managed to play through it and actually winning the event but it made things worse for Clay. She couldn't really play much on the surface as she played only one match ahead of Roland Garros.

Before the event Kvitova underwent a particular AI-powered machine to diagnose the issue. On the injury Kvitova said:

"There was now a bigger inflammation, the longer I put myself in a heap. I didn't even train properly before Paris. I couldn't run or play tennis. I was just practicing. Actually, I never know when it might happen to me again."

The doctor who used the machine spoke about the technology as well adding:

"Fast and clear imaging technology is a prerequisite for accurate diagnosis, which is the basis for further treatment."

Another person responsible for the thing added:

"As part of our support for Czech sports, we also think about health. That's why I'm very happy that this unique magnetic resonance now also helps current and former athletes."

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