‘If I don’t compete in singles again, I’m OK with that,’ says Andy Murray

• Scot says ‘it would be nice’ to compete again
• But family life has been ‘fun’ after hip operation

Andy Murray, who returns to tennis in the doubles at Queen’s this month, has said he is relaxed about ever playing singles again. “I thought during the whole injury troubles that tennis was the most important thing to me and getting back on court was going to make me happy,” Murray said, reflecting on his slow but steady recovery from a hip operation in January.

“Ultimately, once I got rid of the pain and I’ve started to enjoy doing other things, fun things with my friends and my family, I’m pretty relaxed about whether I get back on a court competing again. It would be nice but if I don’t, I’m OK with that as well.”

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