There are good signs that Andy Murray will be making his comeback at the Miami Open in a few weeks time as his training at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton is proving positive, hitting with the young Briton Jay Clark.
I'm training to try and get ready for Miami Andy Murray
The mild bone bruise which forced him off court for nearly three months is now diagnosed heterotopic ossification, bone growth associated with the hip resurfacing operation he underwent in January 2019.
“I’m training to try and get ready for Miami,” Murray told Amazon Prime Video.
“I’ve done so much rehab these last few months that, in terms of my strength and everything, all of the muscles around the hip are working well, it’s just I hadn’t played tennis.
“I’d hit like twice since Davis Cup for like 40 minutes in a three-month period so I need some time to build up and feel good on the court again. That’s my plans just now unless I have a setback or something.”
A final decision is expected in a few days time.