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Andy Murray Decides Against Ankle Surgery, Return Date Yet to be Determined

Andy Murray Decides Against Ankle Surgery

Andy Murray has decided against undergoing surgery for the ankle injury he sustained last month at the Miami Open. While there’s no specified timeline for his return to the court, his rehabilitation is reportedly progressing positively.

The 36-year-old Scot ruptured ankle ligaments during the Miami Open, leaving his fans anxious about his future in the sport. A spokesperson recently provided an update, stating that Murray is out of his walking boot and is eager to resume hitting on the court soon.

“His rehab is going well,” the spokesperson mentioned, “and he is hoping to start hitting again on court soon. As yet, he doesn’t have a date for returning to competition.”

Earlier this year, Murray expressed his desire to compete in another Olympic Games before considering retirement. As a two-time Olympic champion, he aims to make a final appearance at the French Open, starting on 26 May, where he has had limited success since his hip resurfacing surgery in 2019.

While Wimbledon, where Murray has been victorious twice, kicks off on 1 July, the Paris Olympics are scheduled to take place from 26 July onwards. Murray’s fans remain hopeful for his return to these prestigious events.

Credit: BBC Sport

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