Andy Murray: The 30-year-old will play Wimbledon’s opening match on Monday
The world number one pulled out of two warm-up matches earlier in the week as he battled to secure peak fitness.
But on Sunday he dismissed fears he may have to pull out, saying: “I’ll be fine to play the event and play seven matches.”
Murray faces Kazakhstan’s Alexander Bublik at 1pm on Monday, in the opening match on Centre Court.
Murray also confirmed reports he and wife Kim are expecting their second child.
He said: “We’re both obviously very happy and looking forward to it.”
Speaking of the hip problem, Murray added: “I’ve had hip problems since I was very young. It’s not something new to me. It’s just been very sore the last few weeks and was giving me quite a lot of trouble, moving to certain shots and getting to certain positions.
“That was why I had to take the break to try to give it a chance to settle down, calm down a bit.
“I spent a lot of time with my physio, doing some extra exercises in my warm-up, strengthening exercises, a lot of stuff to try to loosen off that area and it’s felt a lot better in the last few days.”