World No. 3 Andy Murray's recovery process has taken a step forward. Scot Murray [VIDEO] was reportedly seen practicing at The All England Club, according to The Telegraph. The 30-year-old is taking a light approach as he is not hitting intense volleys.

Murray has been nursing his damaged hip for months now. Murray hasn't played any tournaments since Wimbledon, held at The All England Club. Big-serving Sam Querrey defeated the injured-Murray in the Wimbledon quarter-finals this July. The world No. 3 looked pretty bad on the court, having hobbled and clearly struggled due to hip discomfort. 2016 Wimbledon champion Murray didn't leave the All England Club particularly happy this year.

Murray was on the verge of making a comeback at the US Open. However, the Scot failed to recover in time for the event. The world No. 3 has since pulled out of a couple more tournaments. He is not expected to play any events before the 2018 season.

Murray entered a four-week period of rest and rehabilitation after pulling out of the US Open. The last Grand Slam of the season was held from 28 August - 10 September. The world No. 3 traveled to New York a week before the start of the US Open. The Scot's desire was to see if he could play and prepare as well as he could for his eventually failed attempt. Murray's team reportedly were not fans of his decision to make a trip to New York a week before the event and expose himself to some tough practice sessions.

Exhibition still on

World No. 3 Murray is still hoping to play at Andy Murray Live.

The 30-year-old and the great Roger Federer have an exhibition match appointed. The two are set to meet at Glasgow's SSE Hydro on November 7. Though he is not in a great place, Murray has remained keen to play the match. Just over three weeks are left until the date of the match.

The clash against Federer will be much more than just an exhibition for Murray. There is a reason why the world No. 3 is so eager to be able to play. The Scot's hip would get the first real test since Wimbledon. However, Murray certainly won't push himself to 100 percent. However, he would certainly get some answers related to his body condition.

Murray taking his time off

Murray has made a decision to not rush his comeback. The world No. 3 definitely wanted to continue his season after Wimbledon. He hasn't yet continued as he has listened to his mind -- not his heart. Murray's US Open practice sessions could have further affected his hip injury. The world No. 3 seems to be extra precautionary since that failed attempt. He announced on his social media he was out of the China Open and Shanghai Masters while revealing he is also "unlikely" to play at the Vienna Open and Paris Masters.