Andy Murray hopes this summer’s comeback. “He is cautiously optimistic,” says his mother Judy on Wednesday to the BBC.
Murray broke in January during the Australian Open in tears during a press conference. The two-time olympic champion and winner of three grandslams said that the pain in his hip is not more to cure. He added that he went back to Wimbledon hoping to take part.
The 31-year-old Scot underwent at the end of January in London a major surgery and that turned out to be a success. The tennis player showed last month know that he is once again pain-free on the job could stand. According to Judy Murray is the chance that her son again this summer is linked with the league. “It is still early days and we have to what to wait and see,” she says. “I think he’s cautiously optimistic about a return to the court sometime this summer.”
Wimbledon will be played from 1 to 14 July. Murray wrote the prestigious grastoernooi in 2013 and 2016 on his name. He won there in 2012, olympic gold.