ANDY MURRAY is already working hard back in the gym after missing this month's Australian Open following hip surgery.
The British No1's career had looked to be in jeopardy after yet another injury setback, but the determined star is already making progress.
Instagram Andy Murray is already back in the gym following hip surgey
Two-time Wimbledon champion Murray, 30, appeared in optimistic mood as he claims he'll be back playing at "the highest level again".
In a video posted on Instagram, Murray showed off his session in the gym, working on his cardio as well as spending some time on the weights.
The rapid progress should come as no surprise to his fans, with the determined star recently roaring: "I'm not finished".
Murray said: "I'm not finished playing tennis yet. I'm going to be competing at the highest level again.
Instagram Andy Murray has missed the Australian Open following his surgey
"I'm very optimistic about the future – the surgeon is very happy about how it went."
British star Murray had earlier reassured fans regarding his surgery, with a post on Facebook.
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He wrote: “Today I underwent successful right hip surgery at the St Vincent Hospital in Melbourne.
“I'd like to thank Dr John O’Donnell and all of the staff for looking after me.
Tennis star Andy Murray begins his rehabilitation after hip surgery
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