Murray begins rehabilitation programme

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Former world number one Andy Murray has begun his rehabilitation programme after undergoing hip surgery this week.

Murray begins rehabilitation programme

Former world number one Andy Murray has begun his rehabilitation programme after undergoing hip surgery this week.

Less than a week after undergoing hip surgery Andy Murray has begun his quest to be fit for the grass-court season.

The former world number one withdrew from the Australian Open on January 4 after weeks of speculation about his fitness.

Murray has been absent from the ATP World Tour with the pelvis problem since Wimbledon, the Briton's last competitive clash a quarter-final defeat to Sam Querrey on Centre Court.

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He underwent surgery last week and immediately set his sights on returning after the clay-court season.

In order to meet that target the 30-year-old is already back in the gym, posting two videos on his Instagram account labelled 'Rehab day 1'.

Murray is initially shown pedalling on a stationary bike, before another clip of him lifting weights in front of a mirror.

While Murray works away in the gym, his ATP rivals will begin the battle for the Australian Open title in Melbourne next week.

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