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#1846 wwww

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Posted 02 January 2018 - 13:00

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Andy’s first practice session in AD was top 5 on my list of the most depressing things that happened in 2017 tbh but his comments afterwards were positive so I thought maybe there’s hope

He was in clear pain, limping and not putting any pressure on his leg, didn’t move at all and would often stop hitting and put his hands on his knees and his team would gather around him


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Posted 02 January 2018 - 13:05

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Posted 02 January 2018 - 23:48

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Surgery is a risk worth taking
Robert Brown, Sports Physiotherapist
The hip is a weight-bearing joint that takes a lot of stress. The main reason hip problems affect tennis players is the fast, rotational change of direction that is so much part of the game. The hard surfaces they play on also place a lot of stress on the hip.

The longer Andy Murray’s injury troubles him, the more concerning it is, but it doesn’t necessarily mean he can’t get back to 100 per cent.

Hip surgery can be difficult to recover from because the hip is a ball-and-socket joint, so a lot of the stability comes from pressure within the socket, and then you have this capsule that comes over the top — stability of the hip is created by those two structures. Surgery means disrupting those structures and therefore the stability.

Recovery differs from person to person, surgery to surgery, but you’re looking at six to 12 weeks.

With the simplest of surgery the pain will be well under control after a day or two. Patients get rid of their crutches after day two and will even be walking and sleeping fairly comfortably after the third day. It’s not so much about the pain, it’s about the function of the hip. The hardest thing is to function at that 100 per cent.

It is possible for Murray to get back to his previous level of fitness. At 30, he will still have good biochemical healing factors, his age won’t prevent him from getting back. Murray is very experienced so he’ll know the rehab process and know his body very well. Hopefully, that will help him get back to where he wants to be.


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Posted 08 January 2018 - 14:43

" Andy Murray underwent successful right hip surgery Monday in Melbourne. Targeting a return to tennis in the grass court season."


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#1850 ДијаметралноСупротан

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Posted 08 January 2018 - 16:04

Нешто нисам био упознат детаљно,али зар не би било боље да је раније отишао на ту операцију? Изгуби овако без везе пола године.


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Posted 08 January 2018 - 20:45

Нешто нисам био упознат детаљно,али зар не би било боље да је раније отишао на ту операцију? Изгуби овако без везе пола године.


Not sure if Murray or Djokovic topic :D

Mada stvarno ne znam kako je mislio da ce ovo proci bez operacije
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#1852 alcesta

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Posted 09 January 2018 - 15:48

Ako sam dobro shvatila nisu mu se dopale prognoze za posle operacije. Ali očigledno na kraju nije imao izbora. Valjda će se oporaviti kako treba. Je li Vavrinka isto kuk operisao ili koleno?
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#1853 The(wizard of)O.

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Posted 09 January 2018 - 16:06

Koleno.
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Posted 09 January 2018 - 16:28

Endi je imao još neku malu inkognito operaciju u decembru ( prepone)
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#1855 alcesta

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Posted 09 January 2018 - 17:33

Ne znam zašto sam ja shvatila da je imao neku manju operaciju još posle USO a pre one egzibicije sa Fedom. Mora da sam nešto pomešala.
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Posted 09 January 2018 - 17:37

Ako me secanje ne vara sta sam juce procitala, posle ove inkognito operacije kuka je izjavio da je valjda u decembru imao tu malu intervenciju oko prepona.


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Posted 15 January 2018 - 01:07

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Posted 28 February 2018 - 23:59

 

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An @andy_murray update: he thinks he might be back competing earlier than expected, possibly May rather than June. Recovery from hip surgery is going well; gym sessions at the moment ; back on the practice court in around a fortnight; warm-weather training block likely in April


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Posted 03 March 2018 - 15:28

 

Mike DicksonVerified account @Mike_Dickson_DM 5h5 hours ago

Andy Murray contemplating comeback at university after talks with LTA about creating new event for him

http://www.dailymail...tournament.html

 

 

 

It now appears that this could well involve an extra tournament being put on primarily for his benefit during the first week of the French Open in late May at Challenger level, the tier of event which is below that of the main ATP Tour.

Murray's problem is that around the time of when he thinks he will be ready to return it is the height of the clay court season, a surface he would want to avoid as it is the most demanding for him to move on, and also the most different to grass.

 

The nearest thing that might look suitable is an obscure hard court Challenger in South Korea, which would mean him travelling there in the early part of May. Also, the ATP Tour is very much against a star player making a comeback away from one of its mainstream events going on elsewhere.


However, the calendar is cleared during a Grand Slam such as Paris, which starts on May 27, and he would be free to come back at a minor tournament without objection.

 

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Posted 09 March 2018 - 22:54

http://www.tenniswor...f-the-big-four/

Does Andy Murray deserve to be considered as one of the Big Four?
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