The 23-year-old is doing the best in his capability to attain an appreciable fitness level ahead of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. The lad is aware of the competition he might face in the Spanish midfield which according to many is the most formidable in the World.
According to Sport, the player is following a rigorous plan for acquiring the best condition necessary for his recovery.
The midfielder trains daily (three sessions). Early in the morning, accompanied by a personal recovery expert - the player goes to the Carretera de les Aigues, the legendary meeting place of Barcelona fans for "jogging" and a walk. After running he starts the second working session.
This time, Fabregas moves to a gym in Barcelona which is used primarily to strengthen the leg. The Fibula fracture has closed and the player feels no discomfort, so he is free to make all kinds of exercises.
The fitness is essential - both for the recovery process and to prevent future injuries.
After lunch and recommended rest, the player returns for more, in this case, Terrassa, for exercises with the ball. Last Friday was the first day he touched the ball and felt very comfortable.
In total, three sessions performed with great dedication and without sparing any effort, the player is aware of the importance of the World Cup and it is crystal clear that he is determined to play during the tournament.