Andy Murray says he's pain-free after hip surgery but doesn't know if he'll play tennis again

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Murray was hoping to compete at Wimbledon this summer but that seems highly unlikely
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Published on March 6, 2019 -  00:37
Andy Murray Is 'Pain Free' After Hip Surgery
According to CNN.com, "Andy Murray says the hip surgery he underwent earlier this year means he is now 'pain free.' The three-time grand slam winner had hinted at retirement before going out of the Australian Open in the first round in January as he struggled to deal with ongoing pain from a long-standing hip problem." Murray told reporters, "I want to continue playing. I am a lot happier than I was certainly two months before the operation. I have no pain in my hip any more.

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