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Murray Taking Cautious Approach to Comeback

Andy Murray looked to be in good health during his exhibition with Roger Federer in Glasgow on Tuesday, but the former World No.1 and three-time major champion is not going to rush back to competitive tennis until he is sure that he’s 100 percent fit.

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"I am in a significantly better place than at the end of Wimbledon and in the build-up to the US Open," Murray told the BBC. "Walking was a big problem for me.”

According to the BBC, Murray will travel to Miami later in the year for his regular off-season training block and "hopes" to return to competition at the Brisbane International in January.

The 30-year-old has dropped to No.16 in the world and has not played since Wimbledon. He warned reporters that he’s going to need time to find his form even when his comeback is underway.

"When I get back on the court again my best form might not come immediately but there's nothing that's making me think I can't find it," Murray said. "I'll come back when I'm ready and 100% fit. I believe I will get back to that."