ANDY MURRAY was noticed leaving the clinic as he walked with a minor limp following the hip surgical procedure that compelled him out of the Australian Open.
The British ace, 30, seemed as comfy you can count on after going below the knife, as he strolled out of his newest rehabilitation session.
Murray spent two hours at a spinal and sports activities clinic on Tuesday morning, earlier than hitting the fitness center, the place he endured a cardio exercise on the cross-trainer.
Whereas the Scot seemed pretty comfy, he was transferring with one thing of a limp – as he targets a return to aggressive tennis in the summertime.
Murray is hoping to acquire a protected world rating of No2 so as to obtain entry into this summer season’s Wimbledon.
The Dunblane star’s extended absence by means of harm have seen him slip to No19 on the earth, with that slide seeking to proceed throughout his rehab.
Along with his place within the largest match of the season in jeopardy, Murray is hoping Wimbledon officers will grant him particular entry – in what could be considered one of his first tournaments in almost a yr.
Murray underwent surgical procedure in Melbourne earlier this month having been hampered with the niggle since final summer season.
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Following his surgical procedure, Murray introduced on Fb: “At this time I underwent profitable proper hip surgical procedure on the St Vincent Hospital in Melbourne.
“I stay up for returning to aggressive tennis in the course of the grass courtroom season. Because of everybody for all of the nicely needs and help over the previous couple of days.
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“I’ll come back from this.”
The positive-sounding Murray has been down for a long time, following months of rest and rehabilitation which failed to improve the condition of his right hip enough for him to play competitively.
Murray, though, revealed he is now very confident about the future, saying: “I’m very optimistic because, having spoken to the surgeon after he did the surgery, he was very happy about how it went.
“He felt that my hip will be feeling better than it did a year ago and, obviously, I was still doing fine a year ago, I was ranked No1 in the world.
“Moving forward I’ll certainly be playing a reduced schedule, and then focusing more on trying to win major events and big tournaments rather than trying to achieve certain ranking goals.
“I made the quarter-finals at Wimbledon when I literally couldn’t walk and was in so much pain.
“So if I can get myself to 95 per cent of my best I believe that’s enough to compete at the highest level. No question.
“I’m not finished playing tennis yet. The rest of my body feels fantastic. I feel really good physically now apart from this one issue.
“I think I’m going to be back on the court competing at the highest level again.”
Things are looking good for Murray recently too, as he shared his rehab on social media, showing off a gruelling mix of cardio and weights as he bids to be back in time for Wimbledon this summer.