Murray takes to court for the first time since he reveals that he will retire at Wimbledon this year

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June 9th 2017 – Murray puts the shaky form going to the French Open behind him to reach the semi-finals, before losing against the Swiss ace Stan Wawrinka, but begins to feel the recurrence of a problem in the hip old date that was previously under control

June 27, 2017 – Murray does not mention his hip problem after losing his first Queen & # 39; sa Jordan Thompson game, but is forced to recognize him publicly when he exits an exhibition match scheduled at the Hurlingham Club, a move mentioned as a precaution

2 July 2017 – Having pulled out a second game of Hurlingham, Murray calms the fears that he might be forced to lose Wimbledon by confirming on the eve of the tournament he will play

12 July 2017 – Walking with an obvious limp, Murray makes his way into the quarter-finals, but his title defense ends with a loss of five sets against Sam Querrey. Later, Murray insists he does not expect to be away from the tour for too long

August 26, 2017 – Having pulled out of two Masters events and lost his place to Rafael Nadal's No. 1 world, Murray goes to New York with the intention of returning to the US Open. But two days before the tournament announces at a press conference that he is pulling out, saying that his side is too painful to give him the chance to win the tournament

6 September 2017 – Murray returns home for further consultation with a number of hip specialists, then announces that he is likely to miss the rest of the year but hopes to avoid surgery

January 2, 2018 – Murray plans the Brisbane International for his second comeback attempt only to pull out on the eve of his first game. In a sentimental post on Instagram accompanied by a photo of a child, Murray says: "I choose this photo because the little child inside of me just wants to play tennis and compete, I miss a lot and I would give anything to go back out there . "

January 8, 2018 – Murray announces he has undergone hip surgery in Melbourne. In an optimistic assessment, he says that surgeon John O & # 39; Donnell is very happy and that he is targeting a return for the budding season

March 28, 2018 – Murray publishes his first picture on social media after returning to the field at the Patrick Mouratoglou academy in Nice

May 8, 2018 – After Murray did not take part in a Challenger tournament in Glasgow that had been awarded for his return, he emerged that he suffered a halt in his recovery and was forced to take more time away from the field

5 June 2018 – Murray says that he is & # 39; approaching & # 39; to a return but pulls out of his first budding match of the season at the Libema Open in Holland

June 16, 2018 – After two weeks of recovery in the field, Murray announces just before the draw that will make his return to the Fever-Tree Championships at the Queen's Club

19 June 2018 – A full 342 days after his last competitive outing, Murray finally returns to the field in the Fever-Tree championships against Nick Kyrgios. He fights well but eventually loses the first round game 2-6, 7-6 (7/4) 7-5.

25 June 2018 – Murray beats Wawrinka in Eastbourne, but is then quietly distributed in the second round by the British No 1 Kyle Edmund as he continues to return in the games

July 30, 2018 – Murray fans become confident for the Scottish's increased participation and a quarter-final race – where he is beaten due to a pass to Alex de Minaur – suggests he is slowly climbing

August 13, 2018 – Lucas Pouille's first outing shows that Murray is struggling to regain the form that saw him go to win Wimbledon twice when his hip problems see him slowing down in three sets

August 30, 2018 – Only in his fifth tournament since he returned from hip surgery, Murray wobbles in four sets against Fernando Verdasco 7-5, 2-6, 6-4, 6-4 in the second round of the US Open, given that the suffocating conditions have done little to help his cause. His obvious limp between the points became more and more obvious as the points stretched

September 28, 2018 – A defeat in the quarterfinals in Shenzen and Verdasco sees Murray's call time in the 2018 season as he takes time to put himself in the best possible conditions for the Australian Open 2019

December 27, 2018 – In spite of some time since he lost to Verdasco in Asia, Murray admits that the pain is still evident as he prepares to play in the Brisbane International, a warm up tournament for the team. ; Australian Open. In his last match against Russian star Daniil Medvedev, Murray is comfortably beaten 7-5, 6-2, while fears grow beyond the conditions of his hip

10 January 2019 – Leaves the Australian Open press in tears and suggests that his time in Melbourne could be his last Grand Slam tournament due to too much pain to keep playing

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