The three-time Grand Slam champion, Andy Murray is expecting to make a comeback on the men’s tour. After his Australian Open 2019 opening loss, he underwent hip surgery. In the surgery, a metal cap was placed at the top of his femur which has now diminished his hip pain. Former World Number one, Murray has given a statement regarding his fitness and presently he feels the fittest over the past two years.
“I feel good, walking around pain-free which hasn’t been the case for 18 months, two years,” Andy Murray said. “Date to date things I’m doing much more enjoyable now and I feel good. At the moment, there’s less than 50% of chance for me to play singles at Wimbledon, doubles maybe, possibly.”
It’s been just three months since he underwent his hip surgery and hence he is not supposed to practice any rigorous physical activities. In a month’s time, Andy Murray will contemplate upon switch to the regular drill of tennis players in order to mark his presence in tennis tournaments.
The two-time Wimbledon champion, Andy Murray has realistic goals regarding his return to tennis. The Brit isn’t looking forward to joining the list of legendary tennis players or increasing the Grand Slam count in the Big Four’s account. He simply intends to firmly hold is tennis racquet, swing it on the courts and continue the job of a professional tennis player.
“It is unlikely that I would chase the place in the top-10 but maybe it is possible to find the level for the top-50 or top-100, I just have to wait and see. I don’t have any pressure to come back and play, I don’t feel like I have to go back and compete at Wimbledon and play tennis again,” Andy Murray continued.
Nevertheless, the Scotsman is hoping to be as fit as he was before and remain pain-free. He is keen about picking up his racquets once again. Though Andy Murray is speculative about his comeback on the tennis courts, there were times when he fought against his rivals with dreadful hip conditions and now that makes him optimistic regarding his comeback on the circuit.