Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal share funny exchange on Instagram Live


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Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal share funny exchange on Instagram Live

Great Britain's Andy Murray reveals he has been training a lot but he hasn't practiced on the court in the last five weeks. The Briton picked up a pelvic injury at the inaugural Davis Cup Finals in November and he hasn't played since.

The former world No. 1 was aiming to potentially start his season at the Miami Masters but the season then got suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak. The season has been suspended until at least July 13 and it remains to be seen if tennis will return once the current suspension expires.

"I've been training a lot, I'm still able to do lots of things but I haven't practiced in the last five weeks. But I feel pretty good, we'll see what happens when we're able to start again," Murray revealed during his Instagram Live with Rafael Nadal.

The Mutua Madrid Open Virtual Pro is set to take place from April 27-30. ATP and WTA players will contest in the Tennis World Tour video game. Murray, a three-time Grand Slam champion, has signed up to play the event.