Hit in the ankle on Sunday evening during Toulouse’s victory over Toulon (28-8), Romain Ntamack was replaced in the 26th minute by Melvyn Jaminet. The back Thomas Ramos slipping at the position of opener. At the end of the meeting, Clément Poitrenaud, the Toulouse rear coach, wanted to be reassuring: “It’s a small sprain, the first check is reassuring. »
Finally, the opener of the France team suffers from a tibio fibular sprain as announced by RMC Sports and confirmed by The Team. The period of unavailability of Romain Ntamack, who travels on crutches, will be around a month.
He should be fit for the November tour
The duration of absence is a little longer than a classic sprain because the healing times are longer. Romain Ntamack should return to competition in mid-October. His participation in the November tour with the France team is not in question for the moment. He is expected to be restored to face Australia (November 5), South Africa (November 12) and Japan (November 19).