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Former British tennis star Tim Henman says Andy Murray is "doing great mentally" following his hip surgery. Murray, 31, underwent his second hip surgery at the end of January. During an emotional pre-Australian Open press conference, the Scot said he would ...
Feb. 4 (UPI) --Andy Murray opted for hip surgery instead of resting for Wimbledon and a leading arthroscopic hip surgeon says it's unlikely he returns to the tour. Sports medicine expert Dr. Derek Ochiai of Arlington, Va., told UPI he would not be ...
One of the big surprises in the tennis world this year was the seemingly abrupt announcement Jan. 10 by Andy Murray ... their prime. Murray's reasoning for retirement is that he has been playing through excruciating pain from a lingering hip injury for ...
Andy Murray’s chances of returning to competitive tennis should be “in the high 90 per cent” and he could even play at Wimbledon this year, according to the surgeon who invented the hip operation that the former world No 1 underwent last week.
Laura Robson admits she was “scared of being terrible” on her return from hip surgery on Monday ... Robson added that her injury was in no way similar to Andy Murray's so was unable to predict when he might return. And she also said it is too soon ...
That was how Andy Murray summed up an epic ... I want to keep playing tennis, but I can’t do it with the hip that I have just now. So the only option if I want to do that is to have the surgery ...
Andy Murray will do everything he can to professionally work on his hip and make some kind of return to tennis after revealing that he underwent surgery in London on Monday. The twice Wimbledon champion revealed that, as expected, he has gone through a ...
Three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray has undergone hip-resurfacing surgery ... "There's no evidence that it's possible [to play again] in tennis. I mean, so much wear and tear. But I think he could do it."
Andy Murray did have a second hip operation, after all, getting a metal implant one year after his first procedure on the joint. The three-time major champion posted a message Tuesday on Instagram saying that he had the surgery in London on Monday.
The American doubles player underwent hip surgery last year in September and he is back to pair up with his twin brother Mike again. “I wanted a high quality of life, just like Andy [Murray]. Right now I have zero pain, I can sleep well, I can run with ...