Swiss tennis player Roger Federer has urged Scot Andy Murray to not rush his comeback. Murray, 30, made his first appearance since Wimbledon on Tuesday. The Scot clashed against the Swiss at Andy Murray Live. Federer escaped with a 6-3 3-6 10-6 win over Murray in a charity match held at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow. Murray later teamed up with his brother Jamie in the doubles clash against Tim Henman and Mansour Bahrami.

Murray is still recovering from a hip injury. The Scot, clearly heavily plagued by a hip injury, lost to American Sam Querrey in the Wimbledon quarter-finals this past July.

Murray hoped to continue his 2017 campaign at some point during the season. However, that never happened as the 30-year-old eventually decided to not play anymore this season. The exhibition clash against Federer served as a good test for Murray to see where he is at the moment.

Murray needs to make a full recovery in order to be a dominant force again. The former world No. 1 has always been known for his grind and fighting spirit shown on the court. The Scot's game-style includes an exceptional physical preparation. Murray, who had a highly injured-plagued campaign, just couldn't produce his best tennis this year. Federer also thinks the Scot has no business in making a comeback until he is fully healthy.

"Take your time, however long it takes. When you come back you want to be at 100 percent," Federer advised Murray, according to The Independent.

Federer also suggested to Murray that the feeling is you ''just can't best the best'' at the biggest events if you are not fully healthy.

Murray is not done

Federer believes 30-year-old Murray won't be ending his career soon.

Federer admits the players in this position are eager to get back to competitive action. However, the Swiss noted that you still have to make the right decisions no matter what.

Murray skipped Masters 1000 events in Montreal and Cincinnati after Wimbledon. The Scot missed the two biggest events leading up to the US Open, yet, he was eager to play at the US Open.

Murray spent some time training in New York before he announced just before the US Open that he wasn't ready to play. Murray, the 2012 US Open champion, ended runner-up to Federer in the 2008 US Open final.

Federer opinioned "It is wise and worthwhile'' to take the extra time as he believes Murray has ''lots of years left.''

''He (Murray) shouldn't hurry, but as a professional athlete, you always want to come back as quickly as possible,'' Federer added, per The Independent.

Federer also noted to Murray that you ''need to have goals'' but they need to be ''postponed'' sometimes.

Federer understands Murray

Murray would love to have the same comeback Federer has had so far in 2017. Federer shut down his 2016 season after Wimbledon as he went on to surgically repair his knee.

In his first ATP event after Wimbledon, Federer claimed the 2017 Australian Open title. The Swiss also went all the way at Wimbledon -- captured a couple of Masters 1000 titles -- and made a comeback to No. 2 in the world.