◼️ The Briton didn’t show up to train the last three weeks at the All England Club.
The recovery of Andy Murray, who had hip surgery in January, would be longer than expected, so the Scot would miss the entire grass season, including Wimbledon.
The two-time Wimbledon champion is scheduled to return to the Queen’s tournament in London, to be played from June 18 to 24. However, according to information from The Telegraph, his return would be later. The former number one of the world would return in the North American season of hard court facing the US Open.
Murray would have put a pause to his workouts and has not been seen in the All England Club, home of the Wimbledon Championships and where the British practice, in the last three weeks.
The Scottish’s last official match was in the Wimbledon Quarterfinals on July 12, 2017, when he fell in five sets against American Sam Querrey. He was expected to return in January for the Australian Open and even participated in the Abu Dhabi exhibition tournament at the end of December.
But the Scot suffered from the hip and on January 4 he announced that he would not play the first Grand Slam of the season in Melbourne. Four days later, he was operated in the Australian city and since then he has been out. This time, he fell to number 39 in the world ranking.