Two-time Wimbledon Champion, Andy Murray is back to the tennis court just two months after having hip surgery.
He posted a video on Instagram of him hitting against a wall alongside the caption: “It’s a start.”
Murray had gone under the knife for a hip resurfacing procedure in January, which he said meant it was possible he would not be able to “play professionally at the moment.”
Meanwhile The three-time Grand Slam champion confirmed in March he is “pain-free” following the surgery, but his chances of playing singles at Wimbledon this year are “less than 50%”.
He added he was under “no pressure” to resume a career which has also seen him win two Olympic gold medals among 45 singles titles.
Murray is targeting a possible return in doubles at this year’s tournament as it put less stress on his hip.
By Olukayode Oniwinde