Chelsea football club puts Murray on road to recovery
According to the Mirror, although Murray is giving no cast-iron assurances that he will be back in time for the Australian Open in January, Chelsea's sci-fi underwater treadmill has accelerated his recovery from a keyhole surgery six weeks ago.
The Scot said that he had been doing a lot of his rehab work at Chelsea's training ground in Cobham, and he does pilates with a teacher in Cobham as well.
He added that then he has a bike and some weights at his house, but mainly he has been in the swimming pool and doing the anti-gravity running at Chelsea. (ANI)
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