Skiing and soft play: Murray's unorthodox training methods
The Scot has embraced some new forms of training on his road to recovery.
Andy Murray is on the road to recovery and along the way the Scot has embraced some unorthodox training methods.
The three-time Grand Slam champion endured a stop-start 2018 season after undergoing hip surgery last winter.
Now, in a bid to rediscover the form which saw him reach the summit of men's tennis Murray has travelled to Philadelphia, where he's tackled some unconventional training.
One session, shared on the Scot's Instagram, shows Murray rolling back the years by diving over a series of soft-play hurdles.
Murray's mother Judy has been Stateside keeping a keen eye on her son's progress and has posted a couple of videos of what he's been up to.
Innovative "Skiers Edge" equipment sees the Dunblane star work on his agility, while slam ball tests his coordination.
The sessions may be unconventional but they are having the desired effect as Murray says he's "feeling better every day" on his way back.