I am a 60-year-old male, my height is 5.9 feet, and my weight is 213.8 pounds . I have no underlying health conditions or take medication. I play indoor sports, and five months back, just before the covid lockdown measures, I jarred my left leg on the squash court during play. The pain near the groin was very intense and sharp. I ceased playing and returned home. Now, after five months have elapsed, the pain is still there (though not as bad). I can run, walk and cycle with no difficulty. However, I cannot fully rotate the left leg outwards or inwards without pain, I can get a sharp pain if I get in and out of my car or in and out of bed, crossing my legs or squatting on the floor to interreact with my 3-year-old grandson and move the leg into the wrong painful position. I feel something like a tear may have happened, and I am very worried that if I return to the indoor sport, I am likely to aggravate the problem again.