Murray begins rehabilitation programme
Former world number one Andy Murray has begun his rehabilitation programme after undergoing hip surgery this week.
Less than a week after undergoing hip surgery Andy Murray has begun his quest to be fit for the grass-court season.
The former world number one withdrew from the Australian Open on January 4 after weeks of speculation about his fitness.
Murray has been absent from the ATP World Tour with the pelvis problem since Wimbledon, the Briton's last competitive clash a quarter-final defeat to Sam Querrey on Centre Court.
He underwent surgery last week and immediately set his sights on returning after the clay-court season.
In order to meet that target the 30-year-old is already back in the gym, posting two videos on his Instagram account labelled 'Rehab day 1'.
Murray is initially shown pedalling on a stationary bike, before another clip of him lifting weights in front of a mirror.
While Murray works away in the gym, his ATP rivals will begin the battle for the Australian Open title in Melbourne next week.