Following hip resurfacing surgery, the question is, will Andy Murray ever play again? His mom, Judy, thinks there’s a chance.
“I think he will, [but] I think he’s aware that it might not be possible,” Judy Murray told the AP in Rio where she’s on site for a speaking event. “He is a smart guy, he has a lot of interest in different things, he has a lot of options in life after tennis. But the most important thing is that he’s free from the pain he’s had for 20 months.
“He has a young family, you have to think about the quality of life for the rest of your life. Actually, that’s the most important thing.”
Judy mentioned that Bob Bryan also had a similar surgery, but agreed doubles is vastly different than singles. Recently, Nenad Zimonjic also returned from a similar procedure, but he too is in doubles.
The 31-year-old Murray targeted playing a final Wimbledon, but that was before he went ahead with his procedure.
“I don’t think we know anything for sure. Nobody does,” she added. “But I know that he would do everything that he possibly can to give himself a chance to play again.”
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