Scot Andy Murray hit the practice court with his promising countryman Aidan McHugh. Three-time Grand Slam champion Murray continues to work his way back to tennis from a hip surgery. The 30-year-old, who missed the entire second half of the 2017 season due to a hip issue, eventually was forced to undergo a surgery on his hip this past January.
McHugh, 17, hopes to follow Murray's footsteps and become the next big thing from his country. McHugh can always seek help or advice from his mentor - - former world No. 1 Murray.
Murray's recovery has been going well so far.
The former world No. 1 is expected to return to competitive action in June at s-Hertogenbosch. T The 30-year-old has just been confirmed for s-Hertogenbosch this Thursday. The Scot could still return before Queen's at one of the newly formed indoor-hard Challenger events - - Glasgow or Loughborough.
The Glasgow Challenger is due to kick off on 28 April, while the Loughborough Challenger is set to start on 19 May. Also read: Filip Krajinovic out of Marrakech