In a recent interview to BBC Radio 5 Live, Judy Murray gave important updates about her son Andy Murray's recovery from the hip injury he has been dealing with since Wimbledon. The former world no. 1 has been practicing for a while now, and he plans to start the new season in Brisbane.
'He’s good. He’s on the mend,' Judy said. 'He’s doing his rehab religiously as you would expect. Everything that everyone is telling him to do. He’s getting himself ready for the next season.' About Andy recently starting a sports management company to help younger players, Judy explained why her son took this decision: 'I’ve seen how influential he has been in the career of Kyle Edmund, for example.
Taking Kyle with him on his training blocks in Miami since he was 17 or 18. The quickest way to get good at something is to work alongside someone who is already excellent at what they do. I’ve seen the impression that he’s had on someone like Kyle and I know he genuinely wants to help athletes by sharing his knowledge and his passion.' Story by Punto de Break ALSO READ: Hingis on Federer calling her an inspiration: 'It's a beautiful compliment' .