Poor Andy Murray has had a 'mare of a month.
Just before the Australian Open, the two-time Olympic gold medalist emotionally announced that he would be forced to retire this year due to a hip injury that has been plaguing him for more than a year.
But while Murray was hoping to get to Wimbledon before he bowed out, he revealed yesterday on Instagram that he had undergone hip resurfacing surgery earlier this week.
Unfortunately, that wasn't the only thing the 31-year-old revealed; his followers very quickly spotted a penis-shaped outline at the base of his x-ray, which he uploaded to social media.
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"Feeling a bit battered and bruised just now but hopefully that will be the end of my hip pain," Murray captioned the photo.
"I now have a metal hip as you can see in the second photo.
"And I look like I've got a bit of a gut in photo one."
If the surgery is successful, Murray may be able to make a return to tennis, something he said he'd "do everything possible to try".
"If I want to go again, I'll need to have a big operation where there are no guarantees I will be able to come back from," he said after his first-round defeat at the Australian open.
"I have basically two options. One is to take the next four-and-a-half months off and come back for Wimbledon.
"But if I have an operation like that, there are no guarantees I can come back from that."