Wilson cleared to compete in Indian Open
Kyren Wilson has been given a clean bill of health and is now set to take his place in the Indian Open next week.
The Kettering snooker star was forced to pull out of the first ranking event of the new season – the Riga Masters – last week due to a potential blood clot in his left leg, which prevented him from travelling to Latvia.
However, the 24-year-old revealed on social media earlier this week that he has now been cleared to travel by his doctor.
Wilson, who is currently ranked 16 in the world, enjoyed a breakthrough season last year as he won his first ranking title when he was victorious in the Shanghai Masters in September.
Posting on Twitter, Wilson said: “Good news today got a phone call from my doctors saying I’m fit to travel, looking forward to getting on with my season now.”
Wilson plays plays world number 66 Martin O’Donnell in the first round of the Indian Open, which gets under way in Hyderabad on Tuesday.