Murray back out on court after surgery
Andy Murray had his first hit back on a tennis court on Friday as he continues his rehabilitation following hip surgery.
The former world No.1 went under the knife at the end of January for a second operation on his troublesome hip and has since spoken positively about his comeback to competitive tennis.
The 31-year-old announced at the Australian Open that he would likely retire after this year's Wimbledon having struggled to overcome his hip issue but another round of surgery has offered him hope of resurrecting his career.
After two months of convalescing, Murray was pictured with a racket in his hand again on Friday after having a few hits at the Oxshott Sports Club in Kent.
The three-time Grand Slam champion has previously said he thinks the hip resurfacing surgery had been a success and his outing on Friday marks the start of a long road back for the Brit.
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