Andy Murray reveals He’s happy playing Tennis with no pain and can play much longer
The Former world number 1 was about to set an ending for his career in January
after the injury He had in his hip, He made a second surgery after the Australian Open
Fortunately, it was successful and Andy is not feeling the pain anymore
However, the scot returned to play Queen’s double with Feliciano Lopez and they went
deep to take the title, with this result Andy is looking forward to being back to the single competition.
“I think I have a couple of options after Wimbledon, Either I continue with doubles
but start training and practicing singles through the US Open swing, and then try and maybe play singles after that.“
Andy revealed He’ll take a break after Wimbledon for a month or six weeks to be fit
and ready for the US tours, included playing Cincinnati and the US Open, these two
options are the only available choices for Andy so far and might be playing more tournaments
Talking about retirement Andy claimed He’s not bothered about the retirement
and when it will happen a year, a month, or in six weeks. it doesn’t matter at all
besies that, Murray mentioned He’s happy to play Tennis again and to be back to training
with no pain in his hip, and if things are going well He’ll try to play single tournaments.
“I don’t care, really, either way. I’m just quite happy doing what I’m doing just now and just taking each week as it comes.” Murray saidEmbed from Getty Images
The Former world number 1 will play Eastbourne this week in double with Marcelo Melo
and will play Wimbledon doubles with Pierre Hugues Herbert, but yet He’s looking for a mixed doubles
Murray mentioned Kristina Mladenovic for a potential partner, but Sharapova included
in a chance to play with Andy in Wimbledon mixed doubles this year’s event
“Why not? I could do ok. I’m getting a bit tight about asking now!” Murray said.
“I’d be up for either the Williams sisters, but they are both very busy.” Andy said
That’s it Andy Murray is Happy playing Tennis with no pain, ans so as his fans are happy for his comeback.
otherwise, Kristina Mladenovic and The Williams sisters are both targeted for Andy Murray to play mixed doubles with him.Andy Murray during his practice at the Nature Valley International Embed from Getty Images