Andy Murray just shared a photo of his X-ray after his hip surgery, but fans aren't looking at his... hip.

Andy Murray has undergone hip surgery that may have dashed his chances of playing Wimbledon, but could save his tennis career.

But when the 31-year-old British tennis star shared a photo of his post-surgery X-ray, showcasing his new “metal hip”, fans noticed another detail.

Yes, it is a very important scan demonstrating a surgical solution to a very important injury.

But also… penis.

It took people approximately 0.0000238 seconds to notice that at the very bottom of the frame, you can make out Murray’s…. willy.


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Once you see it, you really can't unsee it.


While the more immature fans (including... us) couldn't help but yell OMG YOU CAN SEE HIS PENIS in response to the photo,, others were more concerned with encouraging the three-time grand slam winner in this difficult time.

Ahead of the Australian Open, Murray announced that he planned to retire after Wimbledon, held in July, because of his hip pain. But he also knew that his retirement could come as soon as at the end of the tournament, which he left in a hard-fought round one loss to Roberto Bautista Agut.

In his post-match interview, he spoke about the surgery he was going to undergo and remained hopeful.

"Maybe I'll see you again," he said to the press. "I'll do everything possible to try. If I want to go again I'll have to have a big operation that there are no guarantees I'll be able to come back from but you know, I'll give it my best shot."

On Instagram, he said that he hoped this week's hip resurfacing surgery - which involved having the top of his femur capped with metal - would "be the end of my hip pain".

Now, however, it will just be a matter of whether he can recover enough to qualify for the British grand slam in five months time, which many commentators are saying is unlikely. However, he may be able to return to an elite level and compete further down the track.