Andy Murray got a boost in recovery after hip surgery by playing golf in the first round for six years
- The two-time Wimbledon champion had a hip resurfacing operation in January
- The 31-year-old shared a clip on his Instagram story about him playing golf
- His last appearance came at the Australian Open in a first round defeat
Andy Murray has stepped up his recovery from his hip surgery by playing a round of golf.
The two-time Wimbledon champion had a hip operation in January, trying to solve a difficult problem after he still suffered from the first hip operation in January 2018.
The 31-year-old shared a clip on his Instagram story of him while he played golf, accompanied by the message: & Played my first round of golf yesterday for 6 years … pain-free. Hip resurfacing = (thumbs up) & # 39 ;.
Andy Murray has stepped up his recovery from his hip surgery by playing a round of golf
Murray & # 39; s latest appearance came at the Australian Open.
He lost to Roberto Bautista Agut in a debilitating five-set match in the first round, but has since said that he would like to play at Wimbledon in July.
His mother Judy tweeted a video of her son taking a ride. She also asked if he was inspired by Sunday & # 39; s Masters victory by Tiger Woods, another sportsman who successfully returned from an injury.