Andy Murray sets goal of ‘trying to play singles’ after winning Queens Club doubles





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Published on Jun 23, 2019

Britain's Andy Murray made a successful return to action after six months out following hip surgery as he partnered Feliciano Lopez to a first-round doubles win at the Queen's Club championships. After the win the 32-year-old said he now had a decision to make: "I either sort of set a goal of maybe trying to play singles, like post-US Open and then I would maybe do a few weeks training". But the former world No 1 said he wasn't in any rush. "I'm just really happy that my body is fine. I’m going to take my time, I'm not going to rush this." Murray, who missed most of 2018 with a hip injury, last played at the Australian Open in January when it appeared his career might be over following an emotional second-round defeat by Roberto Bautista Agut.

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