Andy Murray says he’s bodily feeling “a little bit bit higher on daily basis” after returning to the apply courts in preparation for the 2019 season.
Murray, 31, ended his season early to deal with making “large enhancements”, having performed in six occasions since coming back from hip surgical procedure in June.
The Scot will practice in Miami subsequent month earlier than making his aggressive return on the Brisbane Worldwide in January.
“I am getting nearer,” stated the previous world primary.
The Briton, now ranked 263rd on this planet, has not performed since dropping to Spain’s Fernando Verdasco within the Shenzhen Open in September.
He has spent “4 or 5” weeks constructing his health with off-court coaching in Philadelphia and plans to extend his workload in Florida earlier than flying out to Brisbane.
Murray is anticipated to play on the Australian Open later in January and has additionally introduced his entry to the Open Sud de France in Montpellier – an ATP Tour 250 occasion which he has by no means beforehand performed – in February.
“I going to get to Miami for 3 or 4 weeks to coach within the sizzling situations and spend much more time on the court docket to prepare for the event in Brisbane,” stated the three-time Grand Slam winner.
“I am planning to get to Brisbane fairly early, in all probability every week earlier than the beginning of the event.
“I have been practising already for just a few days and I’ve nonetheless bought a few months to get myself in the very best form for the beginning of the event.”