Britain's Andy Murray hits a return during training for his first round men's singles match at the Brisbane International tennis tournament at the Pat Rafter Arena in Brisbane on December 31, 2017./ AFP / Patrick HAMILTON /
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Former men's tennis world number one Andy Murray can be encouraged by the examples of Lleyton Hewitt and Milos Raonic, who both returned from hip surgery, according to his former coach Miles Maclagan.The Scotsman said he would make his mind up by the weekend whether he would play in the year's first Grand Slam the Australian Open -- in which he has been a finalist five times -- which gets under way on Jan. 15 .Maclagan, who coached Murray from 2007-10, said the upside was he wasn't feeling like this after surgery.Maclagan, who has also coached Australia's 2011 US Open champion Sam Stosur, said Murray would have to adapt his style if he does undergo surgery.
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