Former British tennis player Greg Rusedski thinks a healthy Andy Murray would still be in contention to win Grand Slam titles. Murray, 30, hasn't played since Wimbledon as he is still nursing a hip injury. The 30-year-old's injury-plagued 2017 season includes no Grand Slam or Masters 1000 titles captured.
The three-time Grand Slam champion has decided to not go under the knife, at least for now. Instead, he is trying to make a full recovery by resting and rehabbing his damaged hip. "Murray for me it's not mental - it's physical.
If the body comes back and the hip is fine and he can get himself physically fit again, and everything is firing, he will be in the mix to win majors again," Rusedski said. Murray is expected to make his comeback at the Brisbane International in the first week of the 2018 season.
Murray, a five-time Australian Open runner-up, would certainly love to open the next season by winning his maiden title in Melbourne. Also read: Andy Murray's business company makes profit of over £5 million .