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India’s prolific Test batsman Virender Sehwag is living proof that ‘having a Wayne Rooney’ can do wonders for your success on the pitch.
Sehwag suffered a dip in form before he decided to have a hair transplant. But he’s been back to his best since having the treatment.
Two months ago Sehwag crowned his remarkable career when he helped india win the 2011 Cricket World Cup. And like Rooney he has made no secret of his hair transplant.
“I’m delighted with my results,” said Sehwag after his treatment carried out by the inventors of the direct hair implantation technique, DHI. (See video below)
As DHI’s medical director for India, Dr Viral Desai told me in an elusive interview for my documatary The Bald Truth: “His form has definitely improved since he had his treatment with us. You could see how his confidence returned when his hair started to grow back.”
Rooney will be delighted if he gets similar results – both on and off the pitch – after a season of mixed fortunes for Manchester United. And England will certainly need Rooney to be head and shoulders above the rest if they are going to qualify, never mind win, the 2012 European Championships after struggling to a 2-2 draw with Switzerland in Rooney’s absence on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Sehwag will be able to show Rooney his results first hand in July when he arrives in England for India’s test series.
The funny thing is the reaction of some fans. Officials at the DHI clinic that carried out the hair transplant for Sehwag received death threats after the story went public because they refused to believe their hero had the treatment. There is no danger of that happening in England where fans will be joining the queue to have ‘a Wayne Rooney’ if his form now takes him to a new level.
John Gubba talks about Wayne Rooney’s new hair transplant.
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WAY TO GO WAYNE! CONGRATULATIONS ON HAVING THE BALLS TO ANNOUNCE HAIR TRANSPLANT ON TWITTER #HAIRWEGO
Wayne Rooney deserves enormous credit for announcing to his 740,000 followers on Twitter that he has had a hair transplant.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with having the treatment and I can personally vouch for the latest direct hair implantation technique because I have had it myself – and the results are miraculous.
By going public Rooney has shown he is a real man with balls. And he has single-handedly done a great service to all those men – and women – out there suffering from hair loss who want to do something about it.
Two years ago I started filming a documentary ‘The Bald Truth: Back To My Roots’ because I wanted to expose the myths and find out the truth about hair loss
There are many celebrities and sports stars out there who have had the treatment but are too shy to talk about it.
We all saw Ryan Giggs being photographed coming out of a clinic. And does anyone doubt that David Beckham has had a hair transplant?
Not to mention half of Hollywood and many of the most famous men on the planet.
Many congratulations Wayne Rooney and we wish you a great result. As you said yourself on Twitter what do you have to lose?
For those who missed Rooney’s tweets here they are: “Just to confirm to all my followers I have had a hair transplant. I was going bald at 25 why not. I’m delighted with the result.
“It’s still a bit bruised and swollen when it dies down u will be first to see it. Anyone recommend any good hair gel. Haha.”
Rooney has receiver morale support from thousands of well-wishers on twitter, including a message from his wife Colleen who said: “Hiya!! Yes Wayne’s had his hair done! His own decision not me asking him, like a lot are saying!! Pleased for him and it will look great.”
Meanwhile, Manchester United and England teammate Rio Ferdinand joked: “Just don’t go down the wearing a alice band route!! You’ll be doing head&shoulders adverts soon! Hope its gone OK Good luck lad.”
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