Murray, now 47th in the world, said in a promotional video released Tuesday that he was “getting closer” to playing again.
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Andy Murray's hopes of being fit enough to play at Wimbledon have taken a fresh hit after he pulled out of his planned comeback next week in the Netherlands.The former world No. 1, who has not played a competitive match since he was knocked out of the Wimbledon quarterfinals last July due to a hip injury, underwent surgery in Australia in January after pulling out of the Australian Open.Having only just returned to the practice courts, Murray faces a race against time to be fit for Wimbledon, which starts on July 2 .Murray, who has won two Wimbledon titles, said he was hoping to play at the Grand Slam event and hopes to be in contention again.
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