He was left in January after a moving tearful sequence at the Australian Open, where he announced the end of his career, before undergoing a second operation at the hip.
Andy Murray, 32, Scottish former world number one, is preparing to return to competition. It will be first double, at the Queen's tournament, next week, where he will be associated with the Spanish Feliciano Lopez. He should then double up at Wimbledon.
But what about a return to singles? This Wednesday, the triple Grand Slam winner said he was "optimistic" about his ability to replay singles matches this year. "But I do not want to set a deadline," he said as the Daily Mail relayed. I'm pretty happy right now and I do not need to play the singles at Wimbledon or the US Open. If I can do it, it would be great, but I do not think that will be the case. My return will take a little more time. "
"I'm going slowly," said the former Olympic champion. I feel good, I have almost no pain and I enjoy training, getting better every day. But I still have a lot of work before having the level to resume the competition. "