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Andy Murray hits the gym following hip surgery

  • Andy Murray has hit the gym for the first time since his hip surgery
  • The British No 1 is on the road to recovery and has now started his rehabilitation
  • Murray has been keeping his legions of fans up to date with online videos

Andy Murray is back on the road to recovery following his recent hip surgery which threatened to have huge impact on his career.

The British No 1 and two-times Wimbledon winner recently went under the knife in Melbourne, in hope of tackling the troublesome injury and enabling him to get back to peak condition.

Murray, eager to keen his millions of global fans up to date with his progress, took to social media on Saturday to upload a video of one of his first rehabilitation training sessions.


Andy Murray has begun rehabilitation after undertaking hip surgery out in Melbourne

Murray is back on the weights as he bids to get back to full fitness

The double Wimbledon champ is hoping the surgery will see him return stronger

The British No 1 filmed his gym progress and posted it online for his social media followers

The 30-year-old looked fit and well as he undertook a series of exercises, including both cardiovascular and weight-based training.

Captioning the video, a determined and focused Murray simply labelled it: ‘Rehab day 1.’

Murray has not played a competitive match since he was knocked out of Wimbledon in July, and it was the persistent niggles of injury which forced him into making the bold decision to have surgery.

Prior to the op a number of former tennis pros had voiced their concerns regarding whether Murray would ever be the same after going under the knife.

Murray is back working with weights as well as well as putting in cardiovascular

Murray is back working with weights as well as well as putting in cardiovascular

The Scotsman however has remained defiant and is aiming to pick up where he left off sooner rather than later.

‘I’m not finished playing tennis yet. I’m going to be competing at the highest level again,’ Murray told the BBC.

‘I’m very optimistic about the future – the surgeon is very happy about how it went.’


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