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Andy Murray makes after hip replacement surgery, then certainly his comeback at the Queen’s, for the time being, in doubles

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Andy Murray makes about two weeks of his comeback. The former number one in the world, those recovering from hip surgery, on the grastoernooi of Queen’s appearance in the doubles.

The 32-year-old Murray Shot will be a duo, with the Spaniard Feliciano Lopez. Murray is quintuple champion at the tournament in London. Queen’s is regarded as one voorbereidingstoernooi at Wimbledon, which starts July 1st. “I’m very happy to be back in competition. Queen’s is always a special place for me and it is a perfect location for my comeback,” said Murray. “I’ve got my first match on the ATP Tour won my first title in Britain conquered and also my first on grass. It is my most successful tournament.”

Mid-January came Murray for the last time in action. At the Australian Open he lost in the first round in five sets by Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut. Murray could not move properly and complained in the run-up to the tournament has been about much pain to a hip. After that party was feared for the end of the career of the Shot, and they were soon let know still in action. “I am not yet ready to return in singles, but I’m already a few months pain-free,” says Murray. “I have a lot of steps made in the training and my participation in the doubles is my next step in my return to the tour.”