Andy Murray has taken his decision

Andy Murray will return to competitive action after almost a year’s hiatus at next week’s Queen’s ATP tournament

Andy Murray will return to competitive action after almost a year’s hiatus at next week’s Queen’s ATP tournament

Nick is playing some great tennis, I don't know if Andy is 100% back.

Hip surgery followed and the 31-year-old finally feels ready to return.

He practiced at Queen's on Friday ahead of next week's Fever-Tree Championships, delayed a decision until Saturday and then told tournament officials he would be there.

Murray - who had targeted the grass court season for his return as he seeks a third Wimbledon title - underwent surgery on it in Australia in January after pulling out of the Australian Open.

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"I always thought I'd come back and play again", Murray said.

"It may have been different if I had four months of hard training and preparation".

"I got tested by my physios this morning to make sure I hadn't stiffened up and lost any range of motion in my hip which can happen when you're exhausted and the hip's a bit angry". But looking somewhat ragged at the end of his workout, Murray opted to sleep on it before making his mind up.

"I'm not expecting to win Grand Slams straight away".

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But, dogged by rumours that he no longer has the motivation and desire to return to the top, he has made a decision to start his bid for a fourth Wimbledon crown earlier than usual by accepting a Queen's wild card.

"The expectations are very low right now and I will reassess my goals when I'm back out there competing".

Elsewhere in the draw, British number one Kyle Edmund will play American Ryan Harrison, while Dan Evans, who be playing his first ATP Tour event since a year's ban for taking cocaine, faces France's Adrian Mannarino.

Grand Slam winners Marin Cilic and Stan Wawrinka, 2017 ATP Finals victor Grigor Dimitrov, Kevin Anderson and David Goffin are all expected to be in Saturday's draw.

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