Andy Murray keeps making steps forward. The three-time Grand Slam champion is back hitting practice courts days ago after the hip surgery, and in the last days he reportedly trained in Nice, France, with his only coach Jamie Delgado and other two members of his team (fitness trainer and physio).
This week, he will play for the first time this week in the amazing Mouratoglou Tennis Academy that opened in September 2016 with Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic attending. Murray is not still at his best, is moving slowly on hard courts but he is making all the necessary and planned steps.
There are more and more rumours about him making his comeback on the Challenger Tour. Murray could play in the inaugural Loughborough Challenger that starts on Saturday May 19 on indoor hard courts. He may instead play Challengers on grass, before playing his first event on the ATP Tour in almost a year at the Queen's Club.