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• Former world No 1 feels pain-free but return hangs in balance
• Wimbledon remains an aim but it is no more than a ‘possibility’

Andy Murray says he gambled on the advice of a leading London hip specialist after years of listening to surgeons who told him the operation he opted for would not save his tennis career.

The former world No 1 and three-times grand slam champion knows he may yet be unable to return to the game at the highest level – and playing at Wimbledon this summer looks unlikely – but he says he is pain-free and optimistic for the first time in 18 months, because of the work of Miss Sarah Muirhead-Allwood, who performed the resurfacing surgery at Princess Grace Hospital in Marylebone five weeks ago.

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Wed, 06 Mar 2019 11:06:18 GMT

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