Everyone is impatiently waiting for Andy Murray’s comeback in hopes of seeing former Britain’s number 1 on the court soon. The Scot was thinking about returning to action for the Glasgow Challenger Event in April this year. However, there is no official confirmation whether Andy will be competing for the Glasgow trophy. On the other hand, the tennis player did confirm that he’ll be playing at the Libema Open in the Netherlands in June.
As we reported earlier, Andy Murray had hip surgery in January this year. There was a lot of discussion on whether the Scot should retire from playing after his surgery. Even though Murray said that he wouldn’t be returning for a specific tournament, many expected him to get back on his feet quickly. Following the star’s withdrawal from the 2017 US Open and Brisbane International 2017/18, many sports fans were in doubt whether the British tennis player would make a comeback at all.
The good news is that Andy's recovering well, and he even posted some pictures from his training on social media. The 30-year-old is happy about his return to the courts. Murray wants to play until his eldest daughter, who is two now, can watch him play and understand what he does for a living.
Andy Murray has been a long-time favourite of betting sites in the UK. So, it would be interesting to see how he fares against Britain’s current number one, Kyle Edmund. That’s something that can wait though. Right now, Murray is ranked 29th among the best players in the world. This is something the tennis star plans on changing soon.
Murray’s first step towards the court grass is Libema Open that will take place between 11th and 17th of June. “It’s the perfect way for me to prepare for Wimbledon,” said Andy. We couldn’t agree more.