Tennis superstar Andy Murray "can't wait" to return to competitive action, insists his mom Judy.
Murray, 30, hasn't played a tournament since Wimbledon.
The Scot's initial plan was to avoid a surgery and to treat and rehab his hip injury for the entire second half of the 2017 season and then return at the beginning of 2018.
However, Murray eventually decided to undergo a surgery after he was forced to miss Brisbane and the Australian Open.
Three-time Grand Slam champion Murray is hoping to be ready for the grass season.
Murray, a record five-time Queen's champion, is targeting to return at the Queen's Club, 18-24 June.
"He's got a good, strong team around him, advising him. He is hoping to be back for the grass tour season - I know he is absolutely gagging to get back," Judy said.
"It's frustrating [for him] and I'm looking forward to seeing him play because it's a big part of his life."
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