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(Reuters) – Andy Murray, a former world person, said it could take up to a year to get the strength in his hips to get back needed to return to a single act.
The 32-year-old claimed the age of the doubles title with Feliciano Lopez at the Queen's Club when he returned to competitive tennis late last month after doing hip resurfacing surgery in the last month. January.
The Scot lost in the second round of men's doubles at Wimbledon with Herbert-Hugues Herbert and in the third round of mixed duplication with Serena Williams, but said there was a long way to go before returning to a singles competition.
“During a hip resurfacing operation… many muscles are released and released so it takes a lot of time and hard physical work to get it right,” wrote Murray as a column for the BBC.
“That strength will not come back in three or four months, it could take nine or 12 months.
“I need to get those muscles back to a certain level before I can go on a single court and try to play five rows, or I could damage if the strength isn't there.” T
The Grand Slam winner said three times that he would focus on physical conditioning to improve the strength in his hip in the next four or six weeks.
“I am happy to be free of pain and want to get my hips as well as possible. When it is strong again I can go back to competition, ”said Murray.
Reporting at Shrivathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru; Edited by Peter Rutherford
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