Mum Judy reveals Andy Murray comeback plans following injury
Andy Murray will be back in action for grass court season, claims his mum.
Murray has not played since Wimbledon last year as he attempts to recover from a serious hip injury.
Initially, the three-time Grand Slam winner tried to solve the problem without surgery, but later revised those plans, going under the knife when he was unable to make it back for the Australian Open.
However, his mother and former coach, Judy Murray, has revealed his plans as he steps up his recovery.
“He’s got a good, strong team around him, advising him. He is hoping to be back for the grass tour season – I know he is absolutely gagging to get back,” she said.
“It’s frustrating [for him] and I’m looking forward to seeing him play because it’s a big part of his life.”
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