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Andy Murray’s Tips On How To Make Sure You Stay Injury-Free When Tennis Resumes After Lockdown

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While most recreational players will be eager to get back on the court immediately and make up for lost time by playing dozens of matches, former world No 1 Murray advises that it is important to take it slow in his latest blog on trrnutrition.com.

“After such a long break, if you are anything like me, you will be raring to go and desperate to play matches again,” he wrote. “But unfortunately that’s not the sensible approach (as my team reminded me!).

 

 

“You will need to gradually build up your playing time and the number of times you play each week to prevent injuries. If you have any niggles or health and injury worries, it’s best to check with a doctor first.”

If you planned to rock up at the court and go straight into your game, then you could set yourself up for failure and/or injury as a good warm-up should be part of your game.

 

 

“Tennis is a game which has lots of dynamic movement and uses a variety of muscles for the wide range of physical demands within the game,” Murray added.

“Having not played for a while you will be more prone to muscle strains and joint sprains. Make sure you warm up properly and stretch before you start playing.

 

 

“A gentle jog around the court is a good starting point and then build in some movements like high knees, glute kicks, lunges, shoulder circles and trunk rotations to warm up specific muscle groups and aid joint mobility.”







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