Andy Murray's recovery is going well.
Tennis Thu 1 Mar, AT 11:38 Andy Murray could return in time for the grass-court season Sources say the British tennis star’s rehabilitation from hip surgery is ‘going well’
Andy Murray never made it to this year’s Australian Open because of hip surgery, and 2014 champion Stan Wawrinka lasted only two rounds in his return from two knee surgeries in the second half of 2017. Novak Djokovic, the six-time Melbourne champion, fell to 58th-ranked Hyeon Chung in the fourth round, his serve reworked to […]
When hawk-eye finally confirmed Kyle Edmund's match-point against world No 3 Grigor Dmitrov following a tense delay, Andy Murray summed up how the tennis world felt perfectly.
MIKE DICKSON IN MELBOURNE: No Andy Murray? No problem. Kyle Edmund became the first male British quarter finalist to make the Australian Open not called Murray in 33 years on Sunday.
Kyle Edmund is helping British tennis fans forget that Andy Murray was an injury no-show at the Australian Open
Ivan Lendl has gone from coaching Grand Slam champion Andy Murray to trying to identify and raise future American tennis champions
How fortuitous it would be for British tennis if, in the prolonged absence of Murray, Yorkshireman Edmund announced himself as a serious elite player, as if on demand. It could yet happen too.
The British No 1 headed Down Under with the intention of resuming his career after a six-month lay-off, but he pulled out of both the Brisbane International and the Australian Open.
MIKE DICKSON IN MELBOURNE: Handed the burden of sole male British representation at the Australian Open by Andy Murray, Kyle Edmund rose superbly to the challenge on Monday.
Andy Murray was up and about on Thursday evening, dining at one of Melbourne’s top Italian restaurants in the company of his mother and his support team.
Andy Murray is back on the road to recovery following his recent hip surgery which threatened to have huge impact on his career. The British No 1 has been keeping his fans up to date with videos.
MELBOURNE, Jan 13 (Reuters) - Johanna Konta is free from injury, ready to put a terrible second half to 2017 behind her and with Andy Murray recuperating from hip surgery, happy to shoulder the burden of British tennis fans at the Australian Open.
Andy Murray has ‘beaten his body to a pulp’ and will have to change his approach if he is to return to the top of the sport, according to tennis icon Chrissie Evert.
Murray's injury woe and retreat from Australia is not the only significant happening for British tennis as the new year gets under way. Scott Lloyd formally takes up his post as LTA CEO.