Andy Murray has been out of commission since undergoing hip surgery in January. Some have speculated that the Scot would retire, with Murray himself questioning his return to tennis if the surgery didn't help. Thankfully, the former world No. 1 is slowly making his way back and will be making his return at Queen's Club.
While his singles return is still up in the air, Murray will be playing doubles with Feliciano Lopez, with a possible appearance at Wimbledon later in the summer. With Murray returning to the grass court season, see how much you know about his previous achievements on the lawns.