Andy Murray will play the charity match with Roger Federer in Glasgow on Tuesday, 7th November. The three-time Grand Slam champion worked hard with his fitness trainer Matt Little and physio Shane Annun, and with his personal Gyrotonic instructor Teresina Goheen, who helped him with a flexibility technique in order to spur the rehab on his hips so that he could play the charity match.
Daily Mail revealed that he has been training hard on the practice court and he had even thought about playing the Paris Masters, which he had won in 2016. This was also the reason why he withdrew only two weeks before the start of the tournament, making it quite a late withdrawal.
Murray also plans to spend more time in his off-season in Miami, which is a little bit surprising as he recently sold his property there and his wife is due to deliver their second child in a short time. His brother Jamie Murray said during the Paris Masters: 'I hit with him the other week and he was hitting the ball absolutely fine and he was slowly building up his movement.
He misses playing, he wants to have something to shoot for. He’s taking it slowly then building it. As far as I’m aware, he totally wants to get back to playing and at the levels he is used to playing at. This year has been frustrating for him with illness and injury.’ ALSO READ: James Blake: 'Father Time is the only person Roger Federer'll never defeat' .