Murray getting closer to competitive return

Murray getting closer to competitive return

Murray getting closer to competitive return

Andy Murray is aiming to compete at Wimbledon after admitting his near year-long recovery from a hip problem has taken longer than anticipated.

The 31-year-old, who has not played since being knocked out of last year's Wimbledon at the quarter final stage has, "with regret", pulled out of next week's Libema Open in the Netherlands.

In March, the three-time major champion announced his scheduled return at the Rosmalen Grass Court Championships, which are set to begin next week, and he says his comeback is getting closer at long last.

It is encouraging to hear he is now back on court, but after five weeks on the sidelines - and with the Queen's Club tournament starting in less than a fortnight - it is hard to see how he can be truly competitive on the grass this year.

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He said: "I am not quite ready to return".

Murray underwent surgery in Australia in January after pulling out of the Australian Open.

ANDY MURRAY has delayed his comeback but insists he still hopes to be fit for Wimbledon.

On playing at Wimbledon, he said: 'I'm hoping I'll be there'. He's won seven times at Wimbledon [actually, that number should be eight] so he'll definitely be up there as one of the favourites. "It depends a little bit on the draw".

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"He is getting closer to where he wants to be and you will all hear from him in the next couple of days".

Murray's mother Judy on Monday said her son was back on the practice courts.

"You need matches to build up your match fitness".

"He will be guided by his body and how he feels".

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As a coach who knows Murray well pointed out, his preferred modus operandi has always been to heavily "load up" training and practice-wise before important phases of the season. To come back too early and risk another setback after 11 months of frustration would be just plain daft.

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