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Why Andy Murray might have a successful comeback

Aged 30, the former world No. 1 has been sidelined by a hip injury he felt victim to last year.
The ATP circuit is having a transition-like era and, a few years from now, we will be witnessing a completely different landscape. The inevitable change has already started as a new generation of ATP tennis stars has been brewing at the gates of fame and worldwide recognition. But, we're not there yet and the current establishment seems to still have a word or two to say. Andy Murray has been one of the pivotal points in men's tennis for almost a decade. When no one thought it would be possible, he made that final ascent to the world No. 1 spot capping a perfect year in which he made it into three different Grand Slam finals (he won Wimbledon) and captured a second gold medal at the Olympics in Rio. It was the year of 2016 and there was a lot of hype revolving around Andy Murray's future. The hip injury followed by a long and painful recovery As the entire tennis world was preparing to enter the season of 2017, it seemed that a reign of Andy Murray was about to start. A sit turned out,...