Murray's 'life-changing' hip-surgery
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Andy Murray's 'life-changing' hip surgery has left him pain-free

Ahead of his return to tennis at Queen's, Andy Murray speaks to BBC Breakfast about being pain-free

The three-time Grand Slam champion had planned to retire because of hip pain, before having an operation in January.

Murray says the "life-changing" surgery allows him to play with his children and take part in escape rooms with friends.

  • 17 Jun 2019
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