Former world No. 1 Andy Murray says getting back on a tennis court will make him happy but insists he is relaxed about whether or not he returns to compete. After getting edged out by Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut in a tight five-setter in the Australian Open, the 32-year-old underwent a successful hip resurfacing surgery.
Six months later, the three-time Grand Slam champion appears to be progressing great as he has signed up to play doubles at the Queen's Club with Feliciano Lopez. "During the injury troubles, tennis was the most important thing to me.
Getting back on a tennis court is what is going to make me happy," Murray told Amazon Prime, as revealed by Eurosport. “Ultimately, once I got rid of the pain and I’ve started to enjoy doing other things, I’m pretty relaxed about whether I get back on the court competing again or not.
"It would be nice to [compete], but if I don’t I’m okay with that." Murray also claimed it "it would be an amazing way to finish" if the match in Australia was his last one, before adding that his goal will be to enjoy it all more if he makes a comeback and "not concentrate on the winning and success."
Also, Murray revealed that Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka, as well as lots of British players, reached out to him following his second hip surgery.