Andy Murray has been subjected to hip resuscitation surgery in London after the start of the first round of the Australian Open, which has been scored for the news of his imminent retreat.
Murray dominated the headlines ahead of Grand Slam when he announced his plans to retire after Wimbledon this year, and admitted in a previous emotional press conference that he could no longer play at the highest level after defeating a trauma important to your hip.
After falling into the first round in the final quarter-finalist Roberto Bautista Agut in five sets, many thought Scott's time was over, but Tuesday's hopes rose after Murray He shared news about his crucial operation.
"Now I have a metal hip," Murray wrote in an Instagram post after her surgery, 31 years.
"I was subjected to hip resuscitation surgery in London, yesterday morning … feeling a bit sick and injured now, but we hope it will be the end of hip pain."
The three-time winner of the big gap has struggled to recover his form since he suffered a hip operation last January.
The two-time Wimbledon champion was debating the procedure, which consists of placing a metal plate on the board, in a last tender to extend his professional career.
The operation does not guarantee that the Scots can return, but they will let you live without pain.
MORE TO COME.
– with AAP