And following his first-round exit, the world No. 1 later scheduled two matches at the exhibition Aspall Tennis Classic to be in an as good shape as possible.
Even if he's healthy enough to play at Wimbledon, his lack of preparation on grass prior to the event is a concern.
Murray was seen limping today as he practised at Wimbledon after not training for two days due to a sore hip.
The two-times Wimbledon champion, who has spent 36 weeks at the top of the rankings, is still struggling to shake off a hip injury that forced his withdrawal from the Hurlingham Club this week, denying Murray some much-needed practice ahead of next week's first round match.
The Scot's only match on grass this year has been last week's shocking loss suffered against Australia's Jordan Thompson in round one at Queen's.
But when asked if he was OK, Murray told Sunsport with a smile: "I haven't tested it yet". Unlike before Paris, he is hitting the ball really well.
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"Sadly I won't be ready to play at the Hurlingham, my hip is still sore and I need to rest it", Murray said, per the BBC.
ANDY MURRAY hobbled off the practice court deepening fears that he may pull out of Wimbledon.
It is still thought unlikely that the injury will sideline Murray from Wimbledon, which starts on Monday, and the 30-year-old is set to feature in the second scheduled match against an as yet unidentified opponent on Friday.
It might just be a precautionary measure but bearing in mind the series of injuries and illnesses he has had in the last six months, it seems ill-luck is following him.
Murray has played in one tournament since losing to Stan Wawrinka in the French Open semifinals. "I do find it stressful but I think it helps me concentrate better, play better", he added.