BBC journalist Russel Fuller hinted at the possibility of seeing Andy Murray playing in doubles with Jamie at Wimbledon, which has been a lifetime dream for both. "Athletes have had operations like that done and come back to play, but certainly not in singles.
I am sure there is a small part of him that has not abandoned all hope of continuing his career, but this operation is first and foremost about improving his quality of life. If the operation proves successful, Murray might be able to make a farewell appearance at Wimbledon - although there can be no guarantee he will ever be able to compete again.
Bob Bryan played again five months after having the same operation, and reached the last eight of the Australian Open with his twin brother Mike. Wimbledon just happens to be five months away; and Andy also has a brother who is one of the best doubles players in the world.
We can but speculate for the moment. Time will tell." On Murray, Mats Wilander said: 'The mistake to me is that clearly he’s not mentally done. I realise that physically you can be done, when it’s not on your terms, but mentally you look for other ways.
So I think he was bullied in to it because there was this amazing story about the big four being back but really he was not at the level but still playing", concluded the Swede ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal: Worse players than David Ferrer won a Grand Slam title