Sir Andy Murray, OBE. World No 1
Wimbledon Champion 2013 & 2016
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Team GB - Davis Cup Champions 2015
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    It is all a bit beyond my comprehension. I know he is fit and I have never been fit, but 7 months after my last hip replacement, I was still reliant on one crutch to walk.

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    He didn't have a hip replacement though as far as I understand. Keyhole surgery though we don't know exactly what for.

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    Because Andy's getting on a little bit in tennis terms it's easy to start seeing him as more vulnerable than he actually is. In general terms, at 30 Andy is just a babe, a young, vital man whose healing processs are pretty much at the peak of their powers. Now we know surgery was very successful, totally expect a storming return from our tiger-blooded Andy.
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    Good grief, at 62, after a total hip replacement, I was striding out round our village a week after the op! I had no pain from the op and putting things right eliminated the excruciating pain I was in before it. I'd imagine that having had keyhole surgery, Andy is able to be even more active than after invasive surgery and if the pre op pain had gone, he's probably on cloud nine.
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    Re: Andy's "HIP" ...

    Quote Originally Posted by pabbers View Post
    Good grief, at 62, after a total hip replacement, I was striding out round our village a week after the op! I had no pain from the op and putting things right eliminated the excruciating pain I was in before it. I'd imagine that having had keyhole surgery, Andy is able to be even more active than after invasive surgery and if the pre op pain had gone, he's probably on cloud nine.



    Definitely. Plus he no longer has the anxiety that comes with deliberating whether to have surgery. Must have been so draining. He seems both physically and mentally rejuvenated to me. No wonder he can't stop with the gym pics

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    Re: Andy's "HIP" ...

    Quote Originally Posted by pabbers View Post
    Good grief, at 62, after a total hip replacement, I was striding out round our village a week after the op! I had no pain from the op and putting things right eliminated the excruciating pain I was in before it. I'd imagine that having had keyhole surgery, Andy is able to be even more active than after invasive surgery and if the pre op pain had gone, he's probably on cloud nine.

    I was exactly the same Pat, but some people are not so lucky I am afraid, and as you say getting rid of that pre op pain was absolute bliss, I could of walked miles LOL!
    "Failure is only the opportunity to begin again more intelligently"

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    You're quite right Lynne, some are not so lucky but the younger and fitter you are and the more choice of surgeon you have, the better you're likely to recover I'd guess.
    Pat xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by pabbers View Post
    You're quite right Lynne, some are not so lucky but the younger and fitter you are and the more choice of surgeon you have, the better you're likely to recover I'd guess.

    That's exactly what I thought when I knew Andy had made his choice of surgeon etc & I knew it wouldn't be long before he would be exercising!But I have to say I really do love the way Bardot has described our & others operation, it's class!! ...
    Andy did have keyhole surgery not the rip you open, insert industrial retractors and bone chisel away type.
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    Andy spotted in Nice, at the Mouratoglou Academy hitting some serves with Jamie Delgado https://www.instagram.com/p/Bgt6LLqhSn3/

    Moving a little gingerly, but early days

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    Great to see Andy on court but I wish he wasn't still limping.

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