Glasgow And Loughborough New British Events Andy Murray Could Make His Injury Return

Andy Murray makes his return in one of two Indoor events of Britain later in the spring after his hip surgery. After his operation Murray hopes to return either in grass court season or slightly before.

Scot, 30 in unlikely to want his return on physically demanding clay as the grass court season proceeds or elsewhere his options are limited. But two new indoor events Glasgow and Loughborough have been announced by LTA (Lawn Tennis Association). Both the tours will be staged on ATP Challenge tour and below ATP World tour the prize fund is $100,000. The first tour will take place in Glasgow in Scotstoun Tennis Centre from 28 April and 6 May and the second will take place at for Loughborough University’s Tennis Centre from 19 may to 27 may.

The LTA said these tournaments will provide “high quality playing opportunities for British players which will help in run up to Wimbledon and has declared on short notice will it be Murray’s impending return.” And LTA has not committed for tournaments in the future years. Murray’s team and LTA are involved in discussions for the creation of events and also not guarantee that the former would be number one to fit for either. Until the double Wimbledon champion is not ready they will not come back.

Wimbledon has not played a competitive match since last year and pulled out of the season because of injury on 8 January. Also due for practice court in the next couple weeks and planning to head overseas and also destination not decided because of warm weather in April. Three weeks later Murray return in Loughborough and only have one more week to start of grass court session. Also Surbiton Trophy is another challenge for Murry.