“I’ve got to first walk again properly, run properly and then do the sidesteps and all the agility work and then eventually I’ve got to be back on the tennis court. But it’s going to take me a few more months and then we’ll see how things are at some point next year.”
Although the Laver Cup co-creator accepted it would be a while until he would be back on a match court, he felt positive as he looked to the future.
He added: “I’ve got to take my time. I don’t want to rush into anything at this point. This is also for my life. I want to make sure I can do everything I want to do later on.
“There’s no rush with anything, so I’m actually in a really good place. I think the worst is behind me.
“I took the time and, I don’t know, I’m just really in a good place. I’m really happy.”