'Missing Australian Open was rough,' admits Andy Murray

29 Février, 2020, 02:24 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
  • Andy Murray

The three-time Grand Slam champion says he resumed practice and the race a few days ago.

The previous globe No 1 has actually not played a suit given that the Davis Cup finals in November after being detected with what was at first believed to be light wounding on his pelvic bone.

Andy Murray faces another battle to prolong his career as he weighs up whether to go under the knife again.

Murray has been told he may have developed HO as a outcome of the hip resurfacing operation he had last January and could need surgery to solve the problem, putting his career at a crossroads.

The best case scenario, though, is to imagine Murray's name appearing in the draw for the Miami Open, which begins in Florida on 25 March.

'If I wasn't able to have it until May or whatever, with six to eight weeks rehab, then that would mean missing that (grass court) period, ' said Murray after a hit on Tuesday at Roehampton's National Tennis Centre.

"It didn't really get better".

" I intend to return to playing in the bangs". It's just whether I'm able to or not is the question. I was essentially like, "Look, I am not delighted with this medical diagnosis".

"And because of the hip and metal in the hip, it is extremely hard to get a clear diagnosis because the metal in the scan makes it extremely hard to read".

"So the concern was then, well, we can't see exactly what is going on in here, is there a problem with the actual prosthesis?" Then from there, I needed to have a bone check.

"I might be playing in the next few weeks as well".

But the two-time Wimbledon champion has revealed he is waiting to discover whether he will need surgery to deal with a heterotopic ossification (HO) - the formation of bone in the soft tissue close to the skeleton.

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The shadow of Andy Murray's long-term hip injury continues to hang over British tennis.

"That grows for 14 to 16 months post-surgery and that can cause impingements, pain, aching, these sort of things".

"If I have to have that removed because it is what is causing the problem, then that is a pain in the a--".

"What I need to do is build up in these next couple of weeks to really test it". Hopefully it responds fine. But if it doesn't, then I need to potentially have that (bone growth) removed. Murray is dealing with a side effect from a recent hip resurfacing and it might require him to undergo a surgery - again.

"I should know by the end of next month whether I'm good to play or not with it".

"That's what I have to wait for". And then the problem is that, if they can't do it with an arthroscope, which is obviously hope, I will have to reopen. That obviously takes longer to recover.

Although the prospect of yet more surgery is certainly not ideal, Murray was far from downbeat and remains optimistic about his chances of playing in the biggest events.

'I want to play in the Slams again.

"That is the important things that I have actually missed out on over these last couple of years".

Murray has not played since winning a Davis Cup match for Great Britain last November, as he was forced to pull out of the Australian Open and the lack of news on his potential return has fuelled concerns that he might have played the final match of his glittering career.

"At the end of last season, I was starting to play quite well, I felt good and then this happened".

"I do want to keep playing". That's what delights me and also rate of interests me. "There is no reason why I can't".



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