Fit-again Andy Murray confirms Queen’s Club comeback
Andy Murray will return to tennis after almost a year out at the Queen’s Club next week, it has been confirmed.
The former world number one has not played since last year’s Wimbledon due to a hip injury, which required surgery.
He practised at Queen’s on Friday ahead of next week’s Fever-Tree Championships as he steps up his comeback bid ahead of this year’s Wimbledon
He opted to delay a decision until Saturday, but it’s now been confirmed that the decision is a positive one.
Andy Murray has confirmed that he will play in the Fever-Tree Championships. 😃
He will be in the main draw, which will be made at 12pm, live on our Facebook page.
— Fever-Tree Championships (@QueensTennis) June 16, 2018
“Andy Murray has confirmed that he will play in the Fever-Tree Championships,” the tournament said on its official Twitter account.
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