Márquez needed a second surgery on Monday after re-injuring his arm at home. Honda team manager Alberto Puig said on Thursday that Márquez damaged a titanium plate in his right humerus while trying to open a window in his house.
MotoGP 2020: Reigning champ Marc Márquez returns to circuit after surgery but won't race at Andalucia GP
Márquez injured his arm last Sunday when he crashed near the end of the Spanish GP, the first race since the coronavirus pandemic
Márquez was hurt after crashing hard near the end of last Sunday's race in Jerez de la Frontera, which marked MotoGP's first grand prix since the coronavirus pandemic struck.
MotoGP: Marc Marquez aiming for August return after successful surgery to right arm, no damage to nerve
Six times MotoGP champion Marquez had surgery in Barcelona, with the radial nerve not affected - a boost for the rider’s hopes of an early return, although he is sure to miss the second round in Jerez this weekend
MotoGP: Fabio Quartararo wins Spanish Grand Prix; six-time defending champion Marc Márquez crashes out
Fabio Quartararo won the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday as MotoGP got its season underway amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Spanish MotoGP: Suzuki rider Alex Rins ruled out of race after injuring shoulder during qualification
Rins crashed at turn 11 and was taken to the medical centre, where a shoulder dislocation and fracture were confirmed before he was moved to hospital.
As we head into the 2020 MotoGP season, the biggest question on everyone’s mind is – Can anyone challenge Honda's Marc Marquez?
Alex Marquez, who won Moto2 last year, will debut with Repsol Honda in MotoGP this season before switching to the satellite LCR outfit with his contract extended to the end of 2022.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic that has brought live sport to a standstill, 23-year-old Alex Marquez is still waiting to debut in the top category after moving up to partner Marc at Repsol Honda
Laureus World Sports Awards 2020: Tiger Woods, Eliud Kipchoge in fray for men's award; Simone Biles, Megan Rapinoe headline women's contenders
Tiger Woods, champion marathon runner Eliud Kipchoge and Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton are the top contenders to grab the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Award
Laureus Sports Awards 2020: Rafael Nadal, Lewis Hamilton and Lionel Messi among nominees for World Sportsman of the Year
Tennis stars Rafael Nadal and Naomi Osaka along with teen sensation Coco Gauf are competing for this year's Laureus Awards after being nominated in different categories.
MotoGP: After an early start to racing career, storied rivalry with Marc Marquez and five world Championships, Jorge Lorenzo bids farewell
Lorenzo has always been a name in the championship mix – with long and fierce rivalries against some of the greatest riders of his era including Casey Stoner, Dani Pedrosa, Valentino Rossi and Marc Marquez.
The 23-year-old Alex Marquez, who added the Moto2 world title this year to the Moto3 crown he won in 2014, has signed a one-year deal with the constructors' champions.
MotoGP 2019: Marc Marquez triple-crown winning season for Repsol Honda, Fabio Quartararo's breakout year and other talking points
Honda Repsol's Marc Marquez has won 12 races and the gap to his closest competitor in the points standings is a staggering 151 points
World champion Marc Marquez clinched his 12th MotoGP victory of the season in Sunday's final race in Valencia ahead of French rookie Fabio Quartararo.
MotoGP 2019: Fabio Quartararo beats Marc Marquez to grab his sixth pole position at Valencia Grand Prix
Fabio Quartararo romped to his sixth pole position of the championship at the season-closing Valencia Grand Prix on Saturday, with world champion Marc Marquez right on his tail
MotoGP 2019: Marc Marquez plans to use Valencia GP as test drive for next season; Jorge Lorenzo retires from professional racing
A MotoGP season dominated once again by Marc Marquez rolls to a close in Valencia this weekend with a fond farewell for former champion Jorge Lorenzo, who announced his retirement on Thursday
MotoGP 2019: Maverick Vinales pips Marc Marquez, Dovizioso and Rossi slug it out and other talking points from Malaysia
Maverick Vinales of Yamaha was in a class of his own, breezing into the lead at the start of the race and then staying ahead all the way to the top of the podium.
MotoGP 2019: Maverick Vinales storms to dominant victory in Malaysian Grand Prix, Marc Marquez finishes second
Vinales dominated at the Sepang circuit from the outset, quickly breaking through the pack and taking the lead from the early stages after starting second on the grid.
Marquez continued to pile on the pressure with persistence and forced Vinales into making an error.