Robson returns in Shrewsbury

Time flies.

Former British prodigy Laura Robson turned … 25 Jan. 21.

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And after hip surgery last summer, the former world No. 27 is making yet another injury comeback.

Robson has a wild card into qualifying at the $60,000 ITF in Shrewsbury, England next week. It will be her first singles appearance since May 2018.

She played two doubles matches during the 2018 grass-court warmup season. By Wimbledon, she was ambling around the All-England Club on crutches.

Robson is working with BT Sport on the Fed Cup event from Bath, England this week – so she’ll have to switch gears quickly.

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