Andy Murray has resurfacing hip surgery
Dunblane’s Andy Murray has confirmed he’s had “resurfacing surgery” on his hip injury.
The former world number one said before his first round exit at the Australian Open this month, the problem could force him into an early retirement.
Murray posted on Instagram that he now feels a “bit battered and bruised” – but hopes it will be the end of his hip pain.
Murray first had surgery on his right hip at the start of 2018, but has only played 15 matches since returning to tennis last June.
He was due to play in next month’s Marseille Open, but pulled out of the tournament last Friday.