Murray Withdraws From Marseille Open As He Considers Hip Surgery


The three-time Grand Slam victor battled through the hip pain but suffered a first round defeat in the Australian Open against Roberto Bautista Agut on Monday.

BOB BRYAN believes Andy Murray can come back from hip surgery and resume his career.

The Marseille tournament press release had said, "Still suffering from hip pain, Andy Murray will undergo further surgery and therefore had to forfeit upcoming tournaments, including the Open 13 Provence". "But I'm really the only guy to be playing on tour with a metal hip". I was at the US Open (in September) three weeks after surgery with a cane. "I'm happy it's feeling good".

"Look, I'm showing that it can be done in doubles, but no one's ever come back with this surgery on the singles court", cautioned the holder of a record 16 Grand Slam men's doubles titles alongside brother Mike.

"We started our training, December 5th is when we started hitting some balls pretty hard, playing some sets". He's trying to gauge how long it would take him, if this procedure is an option.

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Tournament director Jean-François Caujolle said: "I feel for him". He knew from experience the agony the Scot was going through and he also knew that it could have been Murray's last match.

(The English version puts it a bit differently: "May have to undergo another surgery"). He's probably going to just rehab it as best he can.

"If he's able to come back and play tennis, if that's what he wants to do, then I'm sure he'll give it everything he can".

"Until I feel that, I can't give you the guarantee, but I think he's to the point where this is probably his last option". But, you know, there's no evidence that it's possible in tennis. It kind of shows how he is as a player.' Analyzing her win over, Osaka added: 'For me, the first set I was more, like, watching how she would serve.

'I'm just telling him, "I feel great, quality of life is great, practices are going well".