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Murray gets back to practicing after surgery
Published Apr 03, 2019
Everyone has missed Andy Murray. The Scot has been out of action since undergoing hip replacement surgery in January, but he's already back on the practice court, sort of.
He's clearly taking each shot slowly, but the work has begun to get back to his former level.
After the Australian Open, many thought that the former world No. 1 would be retiring by the end of the season as he complained of persistent hip pain that was keeping him from playing and living a normal life. His last match was a defeat against Roberto Bautista Agut in the first round of the Australian Open.
Of course, his mother Judy has been behind him all the way.
Fans are hoping that Murray will return at Wimbledon, even if it's just for doubles, but Murray has not decided anything officially.