Sir Andy Murray, OBE. World No 1
Wimbledon Champion 2013 & 2016
Olympic Gold & Silver Medallist, USO Champion 2012
Team GB - Davis Cup Champions 2015
Olympic Gold Medallist 2016
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    Re: BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL 31st Dec - 07 Jan

    It's really disappointing for us but so much more disappointing for Andy and it must surely put his participation in the Oz Open in doubt. I'm sure we all just want the best for him and that must surely be a pain free existence whether or not it involves him playing singles at the top level again.

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    Re: BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL 31st Dec - 07 Jan

    Really worrying news.
    His start to the Aus Open must be in doubt.
    I wonder what treatment he's having.

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    Re: BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL 31st Dec - 07 Jan

    Very sad, but I guess not a complete surprise

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    Re: BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL 31st Dec - 07 Jan

    Someone at tennis told me before Christmas that experts reckoned this would be his last season. May be that is accurate
    ANDY MURRAY

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    Re: Between tournament discussion of Andy

    Builder yesterday at my house sees one of my selfies enlarged and on living room wall and says "my mate's missus has got a selfie with Andy Murray. Saw him coming out of a lift in Spain". Made me smile - Poor Andy - can't even get in or out of a lift without hassle!
    Andy Murray - more exciting than a carnival weekend in Rio

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    Re: Shenzhen 2018 QF: Andy v. Fernando Verdasco - Friday 28th September noon BST

    All players pick up niggles, regardless of other injury issues. I'm not worried for Andy. Kevin Anderson has played the tennis of his life after a season out due to the same hip injury as Andy - he didn't even have successful surgery, he re-habbed it. It just takes time. I'm looking forward to a well rested Andy returning in Jan, his sights firmly set on that elusive Oz trophy

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    Re: Shenzhen 2018 QF: Andy v. Fernando Verdasco - Friday 28th September noon BST

    I have to say I'm getting more & more worried about where this is all heading to. Andy could still have played a few more tournies and still had 2 months for training and rehab. So now after 4 months out and zero match practice except most probably a few matches in Brisbane he will head straight into a slam. Sorry but AO win 2019 looks nigh on impossible. :(

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    Re: Shenzhen 2018 QF: Andy v. Fernando Verdasco - Friday 28th September noon BST

    Quote Originally Posted by RosieBear View Post
    All players pick up niggles, regardless of other injury issues. I'm not worried for Andy. Kevin Anderson has played the tennis of his life after a season out due to the same hip injury as Andy - he didn't even have successful surgery, he re-habbed it. It just takes time. I'm looking forward to a well rested Andy returning in Jan, his sights firmly set on that elusive Oz trophy
    Was it the same hip injury? Didn't realise the nature of both had been made public.

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    Re: Shenzhen 2018 QF: Andy v. Fernando Verdasco - Friday 28th September noon BST

    During an interview at uso last year Anderson spoke openly about his own labral tear and offered help/advice to Andy because he faced same rehab/surgery decision. He said with hindsight he wished he'd gone for surgery rather than the re-hab route.

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    Re: Shenzhen 2018 QF: Andy v. Fernando Verdasco - Friday 28th September noon BS

    Quote Originally Posted by angiebabez View Post
    I have to say I'm getting more & more worried about where this is all heading to. Andy could still have played a few more tournies and still had 2 months for training and rehab. So now after 4 months out and zero match practice except most probably a few matches in Brisbane he will head straight into a slam. Sorry but AO win 2019 looks nigh on impossible. :(
    Think this might always have been somewhat in the pipeline-play some events thru 2018 to keep his hand in and see where he was at/what needed working on,with 2019 being the bigger picture. His pre season has always been pretty full on, this way he can be more balanced to ensure he is ready and fresh for next year. I'm gong to hope for the best and trust Andy knows what's best, Life is stressy enough, so won't stress over Andy unless he gives me cause to- looking forward to the Australian summer and on into 2019 with everything crossed. Onwards and upwards.

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