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Andy Murray shows off ripped torso as he relaxes on Maldives beach and shoots golf balls into the sea ahead of injury comeback

Andy Murray enjoyed some downtime with his family on holiday ahead of his injury comeback.

The 31-year-old uploaded photos from his stay at the Jumeirah Vittaveli resort in the Maldives on to Instagram on Monday night.

This year has very much been a season of rehabilitation for the Brit but he took some time out with a break in the sun.

Andy Murray enjoyed some down time with his family on holiday ahead of his injury comeback

Andy Murray enjoyed some down time with his family on holiday ahead of his injury comeback

The 31-year-old uploaded photos from his stay at the Jumeirah Vittaveli resort in the Maldives

The 31-year-old uploaded photos from his stay at the Jumeirah Vittaveli resort in the Maldives

Murray was pictured hitting golf balls into the sea and playing tennis on the beach

 

Murray was pictured hitting golf balls into the sea and playing tennis on the beach

He showed off his ripped torso as he posed next to an ice cream lilo on the beach.

The caption read: ‘Had to post a picture with my ice cream lilo as it took me about 4 hours to blow the bloody thing up. Great holiday @jumeirahvittaveli with the family… Sad to be coming home.’

Murray was also pictured hitting golf balls into the sea and playing tennis on the beach.

This year has been a season of rehabilitation but he took some time out with break in the sun

 

This year has been a season of rehabilitation but he took some time out with a break in the sun

 The two-time Wimbledon winner with older brother Jamie at the Jumeirah Vittaveli resort

 

 The two-time Wimbledon winner with older brother Jamie at the Jumeirah Vittaveli resort

The cheapest room available for Tuesday night at the resort would cost £995, which would be for a beach villa with pool sunrise.

The two-time Wimbledon winner is currently at No 260 in the world rankings following an absence of almost a year with a hip problem that eventually required surgery.

His 2017 season ended in July at Wimbledon with him ranked World No 1. He was No 839 when he played his next match, a defeat by Nick Kyrgios at Queen’s, almost a year later.

The cheapest room available for Tuesday night at the resort in the Maldives would cost £995

 

The cheapest room available for Tuesday night at the resort in the Maldives would cost £995

Murray competed at the US Open in August and reached the second round before losing to Fernando Verdasco, who also later beat him in the quarter-finals at the Shenzhen Open.

He was scheduled to play at the China Open but his involvement was curtailed by an ankle problem and Murray decided to end his 2018 season early to build fitness ahead of 2019.

Earlier this month Murray outlined his plans to train in Miami before heading early to Australia for the Brisbane International in January.

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