Andy Murray has come back to a tennis court two months subsequent to experiencing hip reemerging medical procedure.
Murray, who has not played intensely since his initially round exit at the Australian Open in January, said a month ago he could play at Wimbledon as he was presently torment free after the medical procedure.
The 31-year-old posted a short video on Instagram, where he was seen hitting the ball in an open air court while mobilizing with a divider with a caption, “It’s a start.”
Murray had said he didn’t know he could play in the singles draw at Wimbledon, a competition he has won twice, yet focused on a conceivable return in doubles at the current year’s competition as it put less weight on his hip.
The three-times Grand Slam champion contrasted his circumstance with that of American pairs player Bob Bryan who came back to the court 5-1/2 months after a comparable methodology.
The current year’s Wimbledon starts on July 1.