WATCH: Andy Murray looking in great shape as training video emerges
Andy Murray is looking in great shape ahead of his big return next season if a new video is anything to go by.
The former British and world number one missed over a year of tennis after succumbing to a hip injury in July 2017 and undergoing surgery.
He made a brief return to the ATP Tour in 2018 in the Autumn, but opted to cut that comeback short to step-up his reconditioning work.
And, if the below evidence is anything to go by, it has been an astute call.
A great team effort over the past 6 weeks supporting an intensive Reconditioning Camp for Andy Murray. Restoring athletic normal and preparing for 2019! @DelgadoJamie @MattLittleSandC pic.twitter.com/uNqzD19Gou
— Bill Knowles (@Billknowles_HPS) November 13, 2018
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