ANDY MURRAY'S plans for a Wimbledon comeback have been dealt a blow after he suffered a fresh injury setback.
The Daily Mail report that there have been further complications related to his hip surgery in January last year.
There is no mention of Murray in the publicity for next month's Miami Open, an event he has won twice.
It is further claimed that two-time Wimbledon champ Murray is trying to get himself fit for the grass courts in June.
The Miami Open, which begins on March 25, is one of Murray's favourite tournaments.
And the bad news is that the ATP Tour switches to clay after the tournament.
Clay is the most difficult surface for 32-year-old Murray in terms of movement and could aggravate the problems further.
Murray has been laying low since pulling out of the Australian Open, which was won by rival Novak Djokovic.
He was due to play in Montpellier last week and Rotterdam this week but pulled out of both.
Last week Muzza took to Twitter to reply to Stan Wawrinka, who was complaining that being unable to practice put him in a "Monday mood".
Murray replied: "That's been every Monday for me for the last three years pretty much."
It was Wawrinka who Murray beat in the final of the European Open last October.
But a month later, after seeing off Dutchman Tallon Griekspoor in the Davis Cup, the Scot revealed he had been suffering from "pelvic bruising".
Murray could return for the Surbiton Challenger tournament on June 1.
That comes before ATP events at Nottingham, Queen's Eastbourne and Wimbledon, where he wants to compete in the singles at least once more.
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