Murray underwent hip surgery in January after a six-month lay-off and hasn't been able to play competitive tennis since hobbling out of his Wimbledon quarter-final against Sam Querrey a year ago.
The former world number one has not played competitively since last year's Wimbledon, undergoing hip surgery at the turn of the year. "I'm hoping to make my comeback during the grass-court season". I've been out getting close to a year now which is a lot longer than I expected at the beginning. "I'm hoping to make my comeback during the grass-court season". As his mum Judy had first revealed on Monday, Murray has been back on the practice courts in the last few days for the first time since suffering a set back in his rehabilitation during April.
Andy Murray in action at the 2017 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon on 7 July 2017.
The 17-year-old, an Australian Open boys semi-finalist, will be hopeful of making a charge in the boys singles at Wimbledon, even if his singles run at the French Open came to a narrow defeat to home favourite Antoine Cornut-Chauvinc.
Murray, 31, has won Wimbledon twice and this year's tournament starts on 2 July.
Jan du Plessis, the chairman of BT, said: "The Board is fully supportive of the strategy recently set out by Gavin and his team". Mike van Dulken, head of research at Accendo Markets, said the board faced questions about BT's direction.
Staffers working on the G-7 summit have reportedly started to joke that the meeting should be called the G6 plus one . Trump will skip out on G-7 meetings about climate change, clean energy and ocean protection.
After their informal meeting in Wuhan last month, PM Modi and President Xi will hold their first bilateral meeting on Saturday. It is also keen on deepening its security-related cooperation with the SCO and its Regional Anti-Terrorism Structure.
This speaks about the essence of a person's personality. "Moreover, I'm betting that he will never win it at Manchester City ". And yet we hear so little about Zidane, who has won the Champions League three times in a row.
Nearly 40 per cent of eligible members voted in the survey, with more than 90 per cent backing the proposals . The raise applies to the current financial year and NHS employers will backdate the increase to April 2018.
The former Spice Girl shared a sweet message revealing she was anxiously awaiting her husband's return. The athlete insisted he and his wife genuinely care for one another and their love keeps them together.
Bourdain was reportedly filming an upcoming episode of his popular TV show Parts Unknown , and was staying in a hotel in France. In the caption, he penned: 'We can forget that at the end of the day we are all human.
It has forced the shutdown of a geothermal energy plant that normally provides about a quarter of the island's electricity. The eruptions began early last month and is believed to be the volcano's most destructive episode in modern history.
The victor will reach another first - the finals at Roland Garros. "I'm very happy to win in straight sets". Sloane Stephens and Madison Keys ensured there will be an American in this year's French Open final.
New Zealand women score world record 490/4 in ODI against Ireland
Jess Watkin scored a fine 62 and 17-year-old Amelia Kerr provided the finishing touches, smashing her way to 81 off just 45 balls. New Zealand women have smashed the world record for the highest one-day global score by posting a mammoth 490-4 against Ireland.
Putin, Xi Beijing meeting underscores close relationship
China is now locked in an ongoing trade dispute with the U.S. , which has also imposed tough sanctions on Russian Federation . Putin played up his bond with "good friend" Xi in an interview with China's state broadcaster CGTN this week.
DRC warlord Bemba 18-year jail sentence overturned
He said Bemba would probably go to Belgium to meet with his family there before returning to Congo after he is released. However, the Appeals Chamber of the ICC ruled that he could not be held responsible for crimes committed by his troops.