Murray shares encouraging video hitting serves in training as Wimbledon hopes hang by a thread

ANDY MURRAY shared a clip of himself practising serves as he desperately tries to be fit for Wimbledon.  The Scot uploaded the video to his Instagram story and gave fans hope they might see him back in SW19 this year.  Images show the 32-year-old training in a hi-tec sports vest – often worn by Premier League footballers during training – that tracks data such as heart rate and how far an athlete runs.  Murray underwent hip resurfacing surgery in January after playing through the pain for years.  He announced his retirement from the sport prior to the op but hoped to feature at Wimbledon one last time.  Still yet to confirm his participation in UK tennis’ flagship event, the video – posted with the caption ‘How’s it looking?’ – certainly looks promising.  Murray recently told The Times: “I don’t have pain, I just need to see how good the hip can get really.  “I know from seeing what Bob Bryan has done that for doubles it will be fine.  “If I continue to feel good then I will obviously give it a shot in singles and see what happens – whereas in doubles I am pretty certain I will be able to play. MOST READ IN SPORTSPORTS STAR DEAD Brit boxing champ Connor Law dies at 26 as pals pay tribute to ‘true gent’ I’M NO DOPE Joshua slams Whyte claims he lost to Ruiz because he couldn’t ‘legally dope’ FATHER FURY Joshua’s furious dad confronts Hearn after seeing his son suffer shock defeat VITAL STATISTICS Who is Euro final streaker Kinsey Wolanski and what is Vitaly Uncensored? ‘SLEEPING WITH THE FAIRIES’ Isle of Man TT rider Mathison dies in 130mph bike crash aged 27 Live BlogUNITED NEWS All the latest transfer news and gossip from Old Trafford WINNING STREAK Champions League streak ‘worth staggering £3m in publicity’ PicturedNAKED AMBITION Boyfriend of Champions League streaker wants to marry her after final stunt  “The thing I said before was that, if I wasn’t feeling good there was more chance that I would play and then stop after Wimbledon.  “Whereas if it’s feeling good it makes more sense to give it time to make sure it’s as good as possible before I try to play singles on it.”  Wimbledon starts on July 1 until the Centre Court final on July 14.

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