(Reuters) – Andy Murray, formerly world number one Briton, is aiming to return to competitions by participating in the Miami Open tennis championships this month after completing the qualification phase of a hip injury.
The 32-year-old missed the Australian Open in January after suffering a pelvis injury in the Davis Cup in November and withdrew from the Montpellier and Rotterdam championships last month.
“In the short term, I am training to try to prepare for the Miami championship,” Murray told the Amazon Prime video platform.
“I’ve done a lot of rehabilitation in the last few months, regarding physical matters and everything, and all the muscles around the hip are doing well. The only problem was that I didn’t play tennis. ”
“I need some time to prepare and be ready on the field. These are my plans right now unless I suffer a setback or something. ”
Murray, who recovered from hip surgery early last year and won the Antwerp championship title in October, fought one game with Britain in the Davis Cup before missing after that.
Osama Khairy prepared for the Arab publication