Three-time Grand Slam Champion Andy Murray's body has recovered well after last week's charity match against Swiss Roger Federer claims assistant coach Jamie Delgado. Murray and Federer clashed at Andy Murray Live at the SSE Hydro Arena in Glasgow. Murray, the host of the Andy Murray Live charity event, had his event held for the second straight year. Murray also took part in a doubles clash later on with his brother Jamie. All the money raised at Andy Murray Live was donated to various charities.

Being able to play at Andy Murray Live was a positive sign from Murray.

The three-time Grand Slam champion is still recovering from a hip injury. Murray has yet to feature at an ATP event since Wimbledon. The Scot hobbled and left the court in pain after a Wimbledon quarter-final loss suffered to Sam Querrey. The clash against Federer was Murray's first public appearance since Wimbledon.

In a battle between two Grand Slam champions, Federer escaped with the win. The Swiss edged the Scot in a three-setter at Andy Murray Live. However, for Murray, some other things were more important than getting the win. The Scot wanted to check out how will his hip react in a competitive match. Murray clearly wasn't at his best as he still limped, but he was still able to show some positive signs.

"His body recovered well after that ... we are confident and hopeful that he (Murray) will be back to his best," Delgado told Sky Sports, per Reuters.

Preparing to hit the practice court

Coach Delgado reveals the team now hopes to have a productive offseason. Murray has always been known for his outstanding body condition. The 30-year-old will be hoping to enter 2018 fully healthy and ready to compete.

The 2017 tennis season hasn't yet finished. The 2018 season starts in about eight weeks.

"We are in the process now of getting ready for a few weeks ... to get a pre-season block together... get some good players to practice with and pick up that level," Murray's coach Delgado further revealed to Sky Sports, per Reuters.

Murray targets Brisbane comeback

Coach Delgado also added that "the plan" is to start the 2018 campaign at the Brisbane International. The Brisbane event has been scheduled to take place from December 31- January 7. Should Murray be able to play, he would be making his third-ever appearance in Brisbane. The three-time Grand Slam champion is undefeated in Brisbane. He went all the way in his previous two appearances in 2012 and 2013.