I read in a newspaper extract that Andy IS going to commit to playing at Queen's this year. It is credited to Stephen Farrow who is a director at that place.
Has anyone knowledge of what was actually said by Andy or his camp?
What Andy said is all over the media now MA, along with some concerning news, so all we can do is, like Andy, once again wait and see what happens after he's had a chance to test things out through practising and training. What is interesting though is that he says playing on clay, should he be able to make the clay court season, "should actually be better for a metal joint because it is softer impact-wise", whereas I think most of us felt that it would be more difficult because of all the sliding around.
From Russell Fuller on the BBC Sport website -
"Britain's Andy Murray could return next month but admits he may require further operation" https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/tennis/51637714
PS - Having checked the internet, heterotopic ossification is perfectly normal following hip surgery, the word heterotopic meaning "in the wrong place, or in an abnormal place, from the Greek roots "hetero" meaning "other" + "topos" meaning "place". For example, heterotopic bone formation is the formation of bone where it is not normally found, as in muscle."