Previous world no. 1 Andy Murray said he is under no strain to come back to aggressive tennis in the wake of experiencing hip reemerging medical procedure prior this year however he would endeavor to make a rebound if his body permitted it.
The three-times Grand Slam champion said at the current year’s Australian Open that consistent torment in his hip had conveyed him to the skirt of stopping the game, however uncovered a month ago that he was without torment after the technique in January.
“I have been hitting the ball from a stationary position yet I haven’t been doing any development,” Murray told the BBC at Sunday’s London Marathon where he was welcome to discharge the beginning firearm for the elite men’s race.
“I don’t feel any strain to get playing again however on the off chance that my body will permit, I will attempt.”
Murray had posted a short video via web-based networking media not long ago which demonstrated him hitting the ball in an open air court while arousing with a divider and lined that up with a video of himself playing a series of golf.
“The hip is great and there is no agony any more,” Murray included. “I’m slightly powerless from the cut in the activity. I’m without torment, upbeat and making an amazing most.”
Murray had recently said he would focus on a rebound at Wimbledon. His mom Judy had said not long ago that he was “circumspectly idealistic” he would almost certainly play tennis again this season.
The current year’s Wimbledon starts on July 1.