Andy Murray has confirmed that he has undergone a hip resurfacing operation as he aims to cure the problem in his right hip that left him suffering pain every day.
Former world number one Andy Murray has undergone a hip resurfacing surgery in London, the 31-year-old Scot said on Tuesday.
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Ahead of this latest bout of surgery, Murray spoke to USA doubles specialist Bob Bryan, who has just returned to the game following the same procedure a year ago.
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It is the second round of surgery on the troublesome joint, 12 months after the first one, which did not solve the issue.
Instead the bone is trimmed and then capped with a metal covering, while any other bone or cartilage that is damaged is removed with a metal shell taking its place in the same way that it would in a hip replacement.
"He's been watching me like a hawk, asking me how I'm feeling after matches, after practices, where I'm at".
Meanwhile, Bryan, 40, said of Murray's position: "I just represent an option for him".
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"I'm just trying to be supportive".
"Maybe I'll see you again". Who knows if this joint would hold up'.
Speaking about his own experiences with the surgery, Bob Bryan said 'I was on crutches a couple days later.
Following his Australian Open defeat, Murray assured fans he would try to make it back to Tennis.
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He is most famous for ending Britain's 77-year wait for a male champion at Wimbledon in 2013; he also won the 2016 title there, along with the 2012 U.S. Open and two Olympic singles gold medals and a Davis Cup, while reaching No. 1 in the rankings.