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Andy Murray Undergoes Hip Surgery, Thinks He Looks Like He Has a 'Gut' in Hospital Pic

Andy Murray shared a photo from his hospital bed after undergoing hip surgery just after his retirement from tennis.

“I underwent a hip resurfacing surgery in London yesterday morning…feeling a bit battered and bruised just now but hopefully that will be the end of my hip pain,” the 31-year-old retired tennis pro wrote on his Instagram.

“I now have a metal hip as you can see in the 2nd photo 👉👉 and I look like I’ve got a bit of a gut in photo 1,” Andy added.

We’re wishing Andy a speedy recovery!

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Andy Murray Tearfully Announces He's Retiring from Tennis

Andy Murray is getting ready to retire from the sport of tennis.

The 31-year-old tennis player is still in pain from a hip injury, for which he underwent surgery last year.

Andy plans on playing in the Australian Open, which begins on Sunday, and he also hopes to play in Wimbledon, though he’s not sure he’ll make it to that.

“Wimbledon is where I would like to stop playing but I am not certain I am able to do that,” Andy told reporters at a tearful press conference on Friday (January 11) in Melbourne, Australia. “I’m not sure I can play through the pain for another four or five months.”

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Tennis Star Andy Murray Withdraws From Wimbledon

Tennis star Andy Murray has pulled out of Wimbledon, which is set to kick off tomorrow (July 2).

The 31-year-old tennis sensation, who won Wimbledon back in 2013 and again in 2016, posted the upsetting news in a note on his Facebook.

“It is with a heavy heart that I’m announcing that I’ll be withdrawing from Wimbledon this year,” Andy wrote. “I’ve made significant progress in practice and matches over the last ten days, but after lengthy discussions with my team, we’ve decided that playing best of five set matches might be a bit too soon in the recovery process. We did everything we could to try to be ready in time.”

If you don’t know, Andy underwent hip surgery back in January.

Andy continued, “I will start practising on the hard courts from tomorrow and continuing with my rehab and recovery and I’m looking forward to the US hardcourt season….Thanks for all the messages of support and I’m excited to finally be back playing after so long out.”

Tennis Star Andy Murray & Wife Kim Welcome Second Child!

Andy Murray and his wife Kim Sears have welcomed their second child – a baby girl!

The 30-year-old British tennis pro and his wife welcomed the new child a “couple of weeks ago,” according to the BBC.

Andy‘s grandmother, Shirley Erskine, reportedly told the publication that “all the family is delighted.”

Shirley was asked the baby’s name and replied, “We’ll find out this weekend. I don’t really know much at the moment because we haven’t seen her. But we’re looking forward to having a little cuddle and a little play with Sophia, who is running about all over the place and chattering.”

Andy and Kim are also parents to 21-month-old daughter Sophia.

Andy Murray Stands Up For Women in Sports: 'We Still Have So Many Issues'

Andy Murray has been vocal about being a feminist in the past but now he’s asking why more men aren’t feminists too!

The 30-year-old tennis pro opened up about women in sports and how he believes that more men should be supporting female athletes.

“I just don’t get is why it wouldn’t be something that tennis players are proud of, like, to be the only sport [where the men's and women's game and earnings] are even comparable. That’s positive. We still have so many issues, but it’s something that tennis players should celebrate,” Andy told Elle.

Some of the issues he’s seen include the criticism he faced for having a female coach in the past.

Andy added, “Some argue, ‘Oh, well, she’s a woman, so she can’t understand the men’s game.’ But then how can a man understand the women’s game? I obviously grew up getting coached by my mum, so I didn’t see any issue. But even I – when I came on the professional tour, there were no men coached by women, so looking for a coach, you assume you’re looking for a man, but when you get older you realize…well, no, it doesn’t have to be that way.”

While Andy says there are still issues to be fixed in the divide between men and women’s sports, we’re so glad he’s speaking out about the topic!