A few thoughts on Andy Murray and his ‘minor back surgery’. The news that Andy Murray is to have a minor back operation hit the back pages last week. It is understood that he will undergo a microdiscectomy, a technique that minimises the tissue trauma in order to access the injured disc and the nerve that is being impacted upon by this structure.
Murray, 31, says he has had pain in his hip for "a number of years" - and after losing in the Wimbledon quarter-finals in 2017, he took the rest of the season off. Last January he had surgery ...
Andy Murray Set To Undergo Back Surgery. October 8, 2013. This year’s Wimbledon champ, 26-year-old Andy Murray, is set to undergo back surgery on Monday, September 23, 2013. For the past few years, Murray has been battling what appears to have been varying degrees of back pain. Earlier this year in May, his challenges with back pain forced him to pull out of the French Open.
Image: AP. Former world No. 1 Andy Murray has been making a gradual return from a hip surgery he suffered back in 2019. He has managed to win the title in Antwerp since then and defeated world No. 4 Alexander Zverev along the way.
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Andy Murray had a surgery at L4-L5 low back on 23 September, 2 weeks after the surgery started the rehab, and 3 months after the surgery played tennis. I read this article where Andy said: ‘I don’t want to go into my medical history, it wasn’t a disc thing but there were a few issues with my back. All the things I like to do away from the court, like playing football, go-karting, golf and other sports, I wasn’t able to do.
Andy Murray will undergo minor back surgery and most likely miss the rest of 2013. Murray missed the French Open with a back problem before winning Wimbledon. He lost early in two U.S. Open warm ...
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray will have surgery on a long-standing back problem and miss the rest of the season.