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Murray in action again after hip surgery

Scot posts training picture

Murray in action again after hip surgery

Andy Murray is confident he is making good progress in his battle to return to tennis following surgery on his hip.

The three-time grand slam champion has not played competitively since exiting Wimbledon at the quarter-final stage last July, and he has since lost his British number one ranking to Kyle Edmund.

However, Murray underwent surgery earlier this year and is targeting the beginning of the grass-court season in June to make his comeback.

On Wednesday he posted an image from his latest training session, the Scot writing on Instagram: “Chasing down another @aidymchugh error today during practice #progress #hip #unforced #youngpup”

The five longest matches in Wimbledon history

The five longest matches in Wimbledon history

The five longest matches in Wimbledon history

The five longest matches in Wimbledon history

The five longest matches in Wimbledon history

The five longest matches in Wimbledon history

John Isner and Nicolas Mahut’s 11-hour epic in 2010 is the sport’s longest match.

John Isner and Nicolas Mahut’s 11-hour epic in 2010 is the sport’s longest match.

John Isner and Nicolas Mahut’s 11-hour epic in 2010 is the sport’s longest match.

John Isner and Nicolas Mahut’s 11-hour epic in 2010 is the sport’s longest match.

John Isner and Nicolas Mahut’s 11-hour epic in 2010 is the sport’s longest match.

John Isner and Nicolas Mahut’s 11-hour epic in 2010 is the sport’s longest match.