Andy Murray should have returned to complete this week in 's-Hertogenbosch, but the former world No. 1 is not ready yet after his hip injury. Still, there is optimism around Murray that he will recover in time for Queen's and Wimbledon.
Murray is back to practice in the recent weeks and according to Daily Mail, he was moving "surprisingly well". The light practice sessions went well and he could make it in the Wimbledon main draw on best of five sets.
Murray last played a match just at The Championships last year losing to the American Sam Querrey in the final. Andy's mother, Judy Murray, feels confident as well: 'He will be guided by his body and how he feels. He is the only person who knows how he feels.
The most important thing is he gets fit again for the long term and any top athlete would tell you they would not come back until they felt they could give 100%, especially in a major like Wimbledon.' ALSO READ: Andre Agassi finally speaks about split with Novak Djokovic