Murray back in training after hip surgery
Andy Murray is back on the training ground. The former world number one takes his first steps after a long injury in France.
Former world tennis leader Andy Murray (Great Britain) has returned to training three months after his hip surgery. The 30-year-old, who has not played a game since July 2017, is preparing for a comeback in France at the academy of Patrick Mouratoglou, Serena Williams’ coach.
“Andy Murray arrived here on Friday and will stay at least until the beginning of April,” said a spokesman for the AFP Academy. Murray plans to return to the grass court season tour in June, but could return earlier if progress is good.
Murray last published on 12. He played in a tournament last July when he lost to Sam Querrey (USA) in the quarter-finals of Wimbledon. His persistent hip problems had forced the three-time Grand Slam winner to cancel his start at the Australian Open, and shortly afterwards he decided to undergo surgery.