Andy Murray shares a nice update about his injury

The Scot, who suffered a serious injury at the Miami Open, revealed that he will not have to undergo surgery

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Andy Murray shares a nice update about his injury
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“Towards the end of my match in Miami I suffered a total talar peroneal ligament tear and a calcaneopibular ligament tear. I will see an ankle specialist when I get home to determine the next steps; it goes without saying that it's tough and I'll be out for a long time. But when the time comes I will return, even with a hip and without any ligaments in my ankle."

Last March 24, in the final part of the match against Tomas Machac at the ATP Masters 1000 in Miami, Andy Murray suffered a bad ankle sprain. After having carried out all the necessary instrumental tests, the Scot updated all his fans by announcing via Instagram that he had suffered a fairly serious injury.

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Good news for Andy Murray

But just in these hours some news has arrived that has reassured all the Scot's fans.

Murray's entourage has released important updates and announced that the 3-time Slam champion will not need an operation on his left ankle and that the rehabilitation process is proceeding according to the plan established by the medical team.

"He is doing well and I hope to start hitting the ball on the court soon, but there is no certain date yet for the return to competition."

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The former world number one had revealed, in a recent press conference, his intention not to play beyond the summer. It therefore seems easy to imagine which events Murray will try to participate in giving his all: Wimbledon and the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

How Murray's body reacts over the next few weeks will determine when he can return to action.

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