New York - Top-ranked Tiger Woods is very confident he will play next year's Masters but still has no timetable for his return after left knee surgery, he told ESPN in an interview aired on Tuesday.
Woods said he was "very confident" in playing at next April's Masters but has made no firm plans for a return, a situation complicated by his wife expecting their second child in "late winter", usually seen as mid-March.
"I have to keep it taut, which means no rotation, everything in a straight plane. I feel good. I can do everything, except for rotation right now. I'm not allowed to rotate yet."