Former world No. 1 Andy Murray "quietly practised at Wimbledon" this week, per The Daily Mail. Murray, 31, underwent a hip replacement surgery in January. The Scot, clearly far away from his best level and abilities, fought hard against Roberto Bautista Agut at Melbourne Park but suffered a five-set Australian Open first round loss.
Murray was happy with the way he performed against the Spaniard and claimed afterwards he would be OK if that was the last match of his career. However, the three-time Grand Slam champion left the door open for a possible comeback after a successful hip surgery.
Queen's, where Murray is a record five-time champion, still holds a wildcard in the case the Scot wants to play at the tournament in June. However, the chances of seeing Murray on the grass of Queen's this year appear to be slim to nine as the Scot won't be rushing his potential comeback.
As underlined in The Daily Mail's article, Murray's "tennis practices have involved hitting sessions strictly limited by his support staff to half an hour at a time."