Murray’s not on a tennis court yet, but is in the gym and doing Pilates. But there is hope he’ll be hitting tennis balls again next month, perhaps in Miami. And if things go well, some are expecting an early return maybe in Paris.
Former coach Boris Becker spoke at the Laureus Awards Tuesday night, said we should see him at least on the grass.
“It’s a serious injury,” Becker said. “I’m not his doctor, I can’t give you details of what the surgery was or how many surgeries he had, but what I hear is he is contemplating coming back on the grass because, obviously, it’s a little easier for the hip.”
Murray hasn’t played an official match on tour since losing to Sam Querrey in the Wimbledon quarterfinals. And he’s yet to officially set a return date.
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